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Electronic Engineering Diploma Level 2 (Electrical/Electronic) at Birmingham Metropolitan College (BMET)

Course description

This course is suitable for you if you enjoy a challenge. You will gain the skills you need to gain employment in some of the skills shortages areas around the installation of new products. You can specialise in consumer and commercial electronics or domestic electrical appliances. There is also a signal reception pathway for those who install television reception equipment.

Course content

This course is suitable for you if you enjoy a challenge. You will gain the skills you need to gain employment in some of the skills shortages areas around the installation of new products. You can specialise in consumer and commercial electronics or domestic electrical appliances. There is also a signal reception pathway for those who install television reception equipment.

Entry requirements

You will need to have a Level 1 Diploma in Engineering ( Merit grade) or at least 4 GCSEs at grades D or above to include maths and English.

Assessment

Our course is 100% assignment work and you will complete practical projects, presentations and reports. Some sections will be completed individually and some in a group to help you develop team working skills.

Future opportunities

After completing your course you can study for a Level 3 Diploma in many engineering disciplines such as Mechanical Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or ICT. It will even enhance their prospects for an apprenticeship in Engineering. Or you may apply for job as a trainee technician in many of the sectors in engineering and manufacturing.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Birmingham Metropolitan College (BMET) directly.

Last updated date: 11 May 2018
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