BTEC Level 4 HNC Diploma Electrical & Electronic Engineering – Online
|Price From||£375 – £2999|
|Payment Options||Pay by Credit/Debit card or Bank transfer or equal monthly installments by Direct Debit|
|Duration||3 months to 24 months (up to 5 years is allowed)|
|Qualification||BTEC Level 4 HNC General Engineering (QCF) [500/8831/2]|
|Awarded by||Pearson (Edexcel)|
|Additional Info||Tutor support during normal business hours|
What is an HNC?
What does the course consist of?
The course needs 120 credits to complete and ideally will be studied in 2 years part time. There are a number of mandatory units, 2 of which will be delivered in the first year. You will have a choice of specialist optional units, but you don’t need to choose them right away as the mandatory units will be delivered and assessed first.
- Analytical Methods for Engineers
- Engineering Science
- Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation
Specialist Optional Units (of which only 5 needed):
- Electrical and Electronic Principles
- Health, Safety and Risk Assessment in Engineering
- Microprocessor Systems
- Employability Skills
- Quality Assurance and Management
- Research Project
- Management of Projects
- Telecommunications Principles
- Data Communications & Networks
- Radio Communication Engineering
If you already have the following at level 3, these can count towards the 120 credits
- Electrical and Electronic Principles (10cr)
- Further Mathematics for Technicians (10cr)
- Further Electrical Principles (10cr),
Who is the Course aimed at?
This course is for those who would like CPD credits, or start a Higher Education. It can lead to an HND, in fact the HNC is nestled inside an HND (240 Cr). It could also count towards a full Bachelors degree as more and more Universities accept HNC’s as the 1st year.
This course is ideal if you are unable to attend a college or university, due to work or family commitments. If you are looking to further your career or you need the qualifications for a promotion or career change, this course deals with materials around Engineering,
What are the entry requirements?
A level 3 qualification, such as BTEC Diploma in Engineering or A levels, however if you don’t have these but do have experience in the workplace, then contact us and we can discuss your needs. Typically 80 UCAS points is needed.
The content is heavy on Science and as such there is a high content of maths. We can assess your maths ability using our BKSB Advanced Maths assessment tool, to see if you are at the right level, free of charge.
Non-native English speakers and those students who have not had their final two years of schooling in English will need to demonstrate one of the following upon entry:
- Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) B2
- IELTS 5.5 (including 5.5 for reading and writing)
- PTE 51
- or equivalent,
Who is this Course for?
For those working as technicians, who would like to take the next step, or those who would like a career change.
As this is level 4, once complete you may be eligible for Professional Recognition with institutes such as the Institute of Engineering & Technology
This is a complete course, but can be continued with the HND Diploma, or jump straight in to a full degree course on the 2nd year.
How much does it cost?
- Credits – 120
- Cost per Credit – £25 (for comparison to other undergraduate courses)
- Total Cost – £2999.99