About this course
This course is ideal for anyone looking to gain access into the growing market of Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing or adding specific units towards an HNC/Degree in Engineering.
This is a nationally recognised qualification where you will have the opportunity to enhance your maths skills and gain units in both electronic and manufacturing engineering. This course will involve 6 hours per week guided online delivery.
This FREE course is only available to adults that are eligible for a Personal Learning Account (PLA). Personal Learning Accounts, funded by the Welsh Government, are available to employed adults living in Wales that wish to develop skills to progress or change career.
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What you will study
Candidates will complete the Pearson BTEC Level 3 Foundation Award in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Development Technical Knowledge) and will be studying the following units:
- Health and safety in the engineering workplace
- Mechanical principles of engineering systems
- Computer aided drafting in engineering
Successful candidates will have the opportunity to progress to the Pearson BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Engineering, or top up units for HNC Engineering.
Course fee per year
Course Fee: £0.00
A-B in GCSE Maths. A-C in GCSE English. GCSE Science desirable. Candidates will need to have access to a laptop/desktop PC with Microsoft Office 365.
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- Additional support is available for students with learning difficulties and disabilities
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