Mechanical Engineering BTEC Level 3 120 Credit Diploma at Doncaster College
The programme of study will offer the students the chance to broaden their knowledge of Mechanical Engineering giving them an extended knowledge base for further study or to gain employment within the engineering sector.
Successful completion of this programme of study could lead to progression to BTEC Level 5 HND in Mechanical Engineering.
The course will consist of 12 units, (6 of which achieved through the 60 credit subsidiary diploma), the additional 6 to be delivered over one year.
1 Mandatory unit (double credits)
4 Optional units
Engineering Project (double credits)
Electro Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems and Devices
Computer Aided Drafting
Further Mechanical Principles
Computer Aided Manufacturing
The 4 optional units have been designed and developed to best suit the requirements of the local engineering employers within the area. Each of the units will give the students both theoretical knowledge and practical experience.
Successful completion of BTEC Level 3 60 Credit Subsidiary Diploma in Mechanical Engineering with a minimum of 3 units at Distinction and a further 1 at Merit grades plus recommendation from the course leader.
All applicants are required to undertake an initial and diagnostic assessment showing an improvement on their previous scores prior to an interview with the course leader to assess their suitability for the course.
Assessment runs throughout the programme combining projects, practical work, experiments, in class tests and assignment based work.
Successful students may wish to pursue further studies within engineering on the BTEC level 5 HND Mechanical Engineering or look for employment as an advanced apprentice with an engineering company.
Progression to a degree course at university could also be an option at this stage.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Doncaster College directly.