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|E-learning - 2382-12 Certification of Electrical Installations (17th Edition) (VIRTUAL COLLEGE) (B02685) Show View|| |
City & Guilds
About the Course
This course is aimed at practicing electricians with relevant experience, and professionals such as electrical engineers, contracts managers, designers, consultants, and surveyors who need to comply with the BS7671:2011 Requirements for Electrical Installations.
A 2 hour multiple-choice online test (open book) that usually takes place one week following your course.
City & Guilds 2391 Level 3 Certificate in Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations
Bookings can be made online, or complete a Reservation Form and return it to the Employer Engagement Team. Please ensure you read a copy of the terms and conditions for bookings and that we are informed of any special requirements.
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|Engineering (Electrical Pathway) (B02727) Show View|| |
BTEC - Subsidiary Diploma
About the Course
This is a new technical one year programme covering a wide range of engineering related topics and would be suitable for school leavers, apprentices with suitable qualification, or mature learners who want to gain a qualification to enter or further their career in engineering. This Subsidiary Diploma programme can be undertaken on a Full Time or Part Time basis.
The Full Time programme leads onto the new National Diploma and /or Extended National Diploma in Engineering meeting the requirements for University entry.
The Part Time programme leads into a second year of the National Diploma in either Electrical or Mechanical Engineering. This programme is also for students wishing to study at HNC/HND level who have not studied on an engineering course at level 3 for some years.
The BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Engineering is a level 3 programme equivalent to one 'A' level and combines both academic and practical study covering a wide range of units. The Subsidiary Diploma consists of six units, some of which are: communications, health and safety and mathematics. Students elect whether to study on the following pathways;
Mechanical units studied are:
Electrical Units studied are:
Other pathways including welding and fabrication and possibly marine may be offered subject to further discussion with the college
Students gain a recognised qualification after one year. Some students have been fast tracked to the HNC programme providing they have suitable experience in engineering and previous qualifications.
Minimum 6 A-C’s, including English and Maths at grade B. Students who have studied at Level 2 will need to have achieved a minimum of a Merit and completed functional skills in English and Maths at Level 1 and have completed or be working towards Functional Skills in English and Maths at Level 2, a tutor reference from the Level 2 course may be required. Adult learners who have not been in education recently can gain entry via interview and demonstration of relevant work experience and or equivalent qualifications. Individual cases where the minimum grade is not achieved may still gain access via an entry interview and skills test.
Students learn via the classroom to develope the underpinning knowledge and skills required to complete task sheets that test understanding. Practical demonstrations and experiments are also integral to the programme.
Usual stationary and a scientific calculator
The course is based on continual assessment, assignments being completed by the student throughout the course. Students are supported throughout the assessment process to help them achieve the different grading levels of either pass, merit or distinction.
On satisfactory completion of the programme, most students will progress onto the 2nd year of new BTEC National Diploma in either Mechanical or Electrical Engineering where they will study further engineering units or specific work related units such as pneumatics, hydraulics, 3 phase motors and drives. The BTEC programme can offer a wide range of possible units depending on the demand and requirements of employers and students.
If you are unsure about your entry qualifications and suitablity for the course you can contact the college to speak to a member of staff who will be pleased to offer advice based on our experience of running a wide range of BTEC programmes from 1st Certificate to HNC courses across different engineering disiplines.
Contact the college using the on line enrolment process or call into student services situated at the front of the college in St Mary StreetHide
|HNC Diploma in Engineering (Full Time and Part time options available) (B02880) Show View|| |
About the Course
New HNC Diploma in General Engineering delivered either Full time or Part time
Full Time One year two days per week Tuesdays and Thursdays
or Part Time Two years one afternoon/evening per week. 2 to 9 pm. Wednesday
BTEC Higher National Diploma (HNC Diploma) provide a programme of specialist vocational learning at Levels 4 and 5, which reflects the requirements of professional organisations and meet the National Occupational Standards for each sector or industry
This course will meet the requirement for the HNC Diploma offered at level 4. The course will cover core units in mathematics, engineering science and the engineering project. This general engineering course will also provide coverage of both electrical and mechanical units such as pneumatics, hydraulics and electrical power making this course and ideal stepping stone to further studies such as HND diploma, foundation degrees or Honours degrees.
While the Part Time afternoon/evening HNC is a new development, City College has been delivering part time and full time HNC engineering programmes for many years. Students who are employed and those seeking employment within the industry have all benefitted from completing the HNC Engineering diploma programmes.
All candidates must have completed a suitable level 3 programme of study and should have as a minimum, A-Level mathematics and Physics or BTEC National diploma in Engineering at level 3. If you are unsure if you possess the required entry qualifications, then please contact us for an informal discussion where we can discuss the entry requirements in more detail. For those who do not possess the appropriate entry qualifications we have a range of level 3 programmes designed to ensure students have the appropriate skills to start a L4 HNC Diploma programme in Engineering.
The course will be delivered between the hours of 2 and 9pm broken down in to 2or 3 sessions. This course is specially designed for those who may find if difficult to attend on a day release basis.
The main method of teaching in classroom based lectures but broken down where ever possible broken down into tasks and problem solving undertaken in groups or as individuals. Tutors adopt and encourage a student centered approach with question and answer sessions and tutorials designed to underpin the learning with its application in real life problems.
As the course is mainly classroom based, stationery, scientific calculator etc is essential.
A course hand book will detail suggested reading material.
Once enrolled on the course students can use college facilities any time during opening hours.
Some subjects such as mathematics and science will use class based tests but there are no end of year exams.
Year 1 will consist of further mathematics and a revision of mechanical and electrical principles at level 3 in term 1. Terms 2 and 3 will cover the units for health & safety, mathematics and engineering principles at level 4.
Year 2 will consist of hydraulics, pneumatics and electrical power in term 1. Terms 2 & 3 will focus on the engineering project. Where possible learners will be encouraged to select a work based project related to their employment. This may mean that during these two terms attendance timings may change to allow the student to complete tasks at It may be possible for students to work collaboratively where complementary projects can be chosen.
For the Full Time option year 1 in on Tuesday and Year 2 in on Thursday
On successful completion, students may progress on to the HND Diploma, foundation degree or honours degree offered by other HE institutions.
City college recently launched a very successful assess to HE engineering programme entitled BTEC Certificate in Engineering which provides coverage of the key foundation units at L3 in Mathematics and engineering principles
Enrollment on to the course will be via the on-line application process. All applicants will be asked to attend an informal interview where some evidence of previous qualifications will be required.
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