Engineering Academic Route BTEC Foundation/Extended Diploma Level 3
Build advanced engineering skills with this programme. You will study engineering in an academic context. You will learn about engineering product design and manufacture. You will learn about computer aided design. You’ll also cover electrical circuits including how to safely test them. You will gain knowledge of engineering principles and health and safety.
Who is this course for?
Benefits / Skills
- Design and manufacture products in an engineering context.
- Use technology for computer aided design.
- Acquire knowledge of electronic devices and circuits.
- Measure electronics and test circuits.
- CNC (extended diploma)
- Weld (extended diploma)
- Understand programmable logic controllers (PLCs) (extended diploma)
Career ProgressionAfter the foundation diploma, progression may include further study to gain the extended diploma, an advanced apprenticeship, a HNC/HND, Access to HE in Engineering, or relevant employment. After the extended diploma, progression may include degree level study, a HNC/HND, an advanced apprenticeship, Access to HE in Engineering, or relevant employment.
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