Electrical, Electronic Engineering BTEC Level 3 90 Credit/Extended Diploma at Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College
If you are interested in engineering training, working in electrical engineering or want to study an electronics-related subject at a higher level, this course will prepare you for university and a career in areas such as electrical engineering, electronics, avionics, automotive, telecommunications and mobile communications.
The course consists of 17 units.
Year 1 of the course gives 90 credits , 9 units each with 10 credits. Year 2 of the course -additional 90 credits, 8 units, each unit is worth 10 credits with exception of Engineering project unit worth 20 credits ,giving a total of 180 credits.
The following units are taught:
Core BTEC Units:
- Mathematics for Technicians
- Health and Safety
- Electrical and Electronic Principles
Other units include:
- Electrical Technology
- Principles and Applications of Electronic Devices and Circuits
- Electronic Measurement and testing
- Engineering Design
- Construction and Applications of Digital systems
- Engineering Project
- Communications for Technicians
- Electronics fault finding
- Principle and applications of Analogue Electronics
- Further maths
4-5 GCSEs grade A- C, including English and Maths (Higher). Students with full Level 2 vocational qualifications (preferably in engineering with an overall Merit/Distinction and GCSE Maths (Higher) and English grade A- C will be considered. For internal candidates entry requirements may differ. All candidates require a good reference.
Course assessment in accordance to BTEC requirements. Includes:
- In class assessments.
- Completion of assignments.
- Practical assessments
After two year course, depending on grades progression to University or employment as engineering technician
You will be learning within a fully established electronics lab which is fully equipped to deal with all aspects of electronic repairs and diagnostics. Delivery is a mix of lectures, laboratory/practical work, tutorials, self study periods, projects and assignment work.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College directly.