Edexcel BTEC Level 2 First Certificate in Engineering (A 14-16 Course)

College

Hull

Qualifications required

An interest in engineering.

Course Length

2 years

Venue

Queen's Gardens Site

Session Time

TBA

Days Running

TBA

Start Date

September

Course Hours

1 day per week

Edexcel BTEC Level 2 First Certificate in Engineering (A 14-16 Course)

Description

This qualification is awarded by BTEC / Edexcel which is one of the major awarding bodies in the country. As such, it is recognised and highly regarded throughout industry both in the UK and abroad.

The course is suitable for male and female learners with an interest in Mechanical Engineering.

The Engineering sector continues to suffer from a skills gap and needs to keep up with the rapidly developing technologies. The BTEC Firsts in Engineering have been designed to give new entrants to the Engineering sector the underpinning knowledge and specific skills needed to meet the needs of modern engineering industries. This course offers a specialist qualification that focuses on particular aspects within the appropriate vocational sector. The L2 certificate is a qualification that can extend a learner’s programme of study and provide vocational emphasis. It is broadly equivalent to one GCSE. The L2 extended certificate extends the work-related focus from the L2 certificate and covers the key knowledge and practical skills required in the appropriate vocational sector. It offers an engaging programme for those who are clear about the area of employment they wish to enter. It is broadly equivalent to two GCSEs.

BTEC Level 2 Certificate/Level 2 Extended Certificate in Engineering

Units studied: Year 1

Unit 1 - Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace
Unit 2 - Interpreting and Using Engineering Information
Unit 3 - Mathematics for Engineering
Unit 4 - Applied Electrical & Mechanical Science for Engineering
Unit 5 - Engineering Maintenance Procedures
Unit 8 - Selecting Engineering Materials
Unit 10 - Using Computer Aided Drawing Techniques in Engineering
Unit 14 - Selecting and Using Secondary Machining Techniques to Remove Material
Unit 19 - Electronic Circuit Construction

Progression

On successful completion of the course, you can continue your education by enrolling on a Subsidiary Diploma in Engineering, providing you achieve a merit in the maths and science units.

Alternatively you may wish to seek employment or an apprenticeship in industry.

To apply for this course, please contact Hull College

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