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Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)

1. Qualification detail

2. Course description

The Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) is designed to provide you with wider knowledge of Engineering principles and methodology, supported by the development of analytical and research skills to prepare you for employment opportunities in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering field or study at HND/degree level. Emphasis will be placed upon reflection, analysis, environmental impact, critical thinking and personal development.

3. Entry requirements

A BTEC Level 3 qualification in Engineering and a minimum of 80 UCAS points. GCSE Mathematics and English at Grades A-C/9-4 or equivalent. or A minimum of 32 UCAS points including at least one Level 3 qualification in Mathematics, Physics or Computer Science. GCSE Mathematics and English at Grades A-C or equivalent. or An Access to Higher Education Certificate in an Engineering discipline awarded by an approved Further Education institution. The School of Engineering welcomes applications from those who do not meet the above criteria. Where this is the case, you will be invited for an interview at which you will be expected to provide a portfolio (either physical or digital) that demonstrates professional industry experience in an Engineering discipline and/or demonstrate a strong interest in Engineering through extra-curricular activity, research or work experience. As part of the interview process, you will undertake an Engineering aptitude test along with a Numeracy and Literacy skills assessment. Claims for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) are welcomed by the Programme team.

4. Equipment required

No equipment required

5. Assessment method

Assessments may include elements of: Practical assessments Portfolios of evidence In-class tests Lab work Case studies Examinations, both open and closed book Reflective activities where you look back over your experiences, a

6. Venue

7. Other dates or venues

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Main Campus 02 September 2019 View course