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Diploma in Engineering Level 2 at Stockton Riverside College

Course description

Choosing to study engineering is a great way to open up lots of future career opportunities. Our courses are delivered in partnership with NETA, and can help you whether you want to work in industry, specialise in a particular area or eventually go on to run your own consultancy firm. They will give you an understanding of the specialist work-related skills that are in demand by many employers.

Course content

Our engineering courses cover a wide range of services and technical skills relevant to electrical, mechanical and manufacturing engineering. By learning in a hands-on environment you will get the technical know-how along with important lessons in health and safety, communications, science and maths. You will be completing tasks set by NETA’s Lead Subject Verifiers which may include performing practical construction of physical structures, mechanical devices, electronic circuits or programming machinery.

Entry requirements

For this course you will need four GCSEs grade D, preferably in Maths, English, Science and one other.


This course is made up of units worth 60 credits. Three of these are mandatory and the rest you can choose from a list of optional units. Each unit is assessed using a range of methods including written assessments, presentations, discussions and practical activities.

Future opportunities

After completing this course you could move on to a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering or progress on to a relevant apprenticeship.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Stockton Riverside College directly.

Last updated date: 19 May 2016

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