L3 NVQ Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

£1,499.99

NVQ Diploma in Electrical and Electronic is a work based vocational qualification. You will need to be employed in this sector and be able to provide evidence through the use of video, pictures and work product.

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ETA Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

The NVQ in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is designed to support those who work in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. It provides a structured individualised route with knowledge and skills for those who wish to achieve a qualification in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

This qualification is made up of 3 mandatory units that will help learners to develop an understanding of the knowledge and skills required as relevant to their capabilities and aspirations. Its mandatory units form a foundation to extend the understanding and skills in specific areas through the optional routes. In addition to these, learners are required to achieve additional units selected from a suite of 11 Pathways and in accordance with the achievement definition. Learners who complete the qualification will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to underpin career development within the industry.

Who is this course for?

The NVQ is for those working in the manufacturing of electrical and electronic components, such as printed circuit boards, electric motors and inductor. Not just for those doing the assembling and testing, but those supervising.

 

How long do I get to complete this qualification?

You are allowed 12 months to complete from registration. Your progress can be monitored in OneFile as we will program your start and finish dates. If you do not complete within the given time, you can extend on a month by month basis.

Mandatory Units: (All 3 must be completed) – All Pathways

  • Complying with Statutory Regulations and Organisational Safety Requirements (A/601/5013)
  • Using and Interpreting Engineering Data and Documentation (Y/601/5102)
  • Working Efficiently and Effectively in Engineering (K/601/5055)

Pathways

Designing Electronic Circuits – all 3 of the following
  • Designing Electronic Circuit Board Layouts Using CAD Tools
  • Evaluating and Recommending Circuit Design Options
  • Providing Technical Guidance to Others

Controlling Semiconductor Manufacturing Processes – all 3 of the following

  • Identifying and Following Clean Room/Clean Work Area Protocols
  • Monitoring and Analysing Data from Semiconductor Processes
  • Adjusting and Sustaining Semiconductor Processes

Plus 1 of the following:

  • Selecting and Preparing Materials and Components for Manufacturing
  • Preparing Manufacturing Systems Equipment for Operations
  • Providing Technical Guidance to Others
Controlling Printed Circuit and Allied Circuit Assembly – All three of the following units to be taken:
  • Identifying and Following Clean Room/Clean Work Area Protocols
  • Monitoring and Analysing Data from Electronic Circuit Manufacturing Processes
  • Adjusting and Sustaining Electronic Circuit Manufacturing Processes
Plus one unit from the following:
  • Selecting and Preparing Materials and Components for Manufacturing
  • Preparing Manufacturing Systems Equipment for Operations
  • Providing Technical Guidance to Others
Leading Electronic Component Manufacture – Both of the following units to be taken:
  • Providing Technical Guidance to Others
  • Processing Electronic Components within the Manufacturing System
Plus one more from the following:
  • Selecting and Preparing Materials and Components for Manufacturing
  • Preparing Manufacturing Systems Equipment for Operations
  • Checking the Compliance of Electronic Components Against the Specification
Leading Printed Circuit and Allied Circuit Assembly – All three of the following units to be taken:
  • Providing Technical Guidance to Others
  • Identifying and Following Clean Room/Clean Work Area Protocols
  • Assembling and Checking Printed and Allied Electronic Circuits
Plus one more from the following:
  • Selecting and Preparing Materials and Components for Manufacturing
  • Preparing Manufacturing Systems Equipment for Operations
Leading Electronics Assembly – Both of the following units to be taken:
  • Providing Technical Guidance to Others
  • Assembling and Wiring Electronic Equipment and Systems
Plus one unit from the following:
  • Selecting and Preparing Materials and Components for Manufacturing
  • Preparing Manufacturing Systems Equipment for Operations
Testing Electronic Circuits – Both of the following units to be taken:
  • Testing Post-Production Electronic Components and Circuits
  • Locating and Diagnosing Faults in Post-Production Electronic Components and Circuits
Plus one unit from the following:
  • Preparing Facilities for Testing Electronic Components and Circuits
  • Writing Specifications for Testing Electronic Components or Circuits
  • Providing Technical Guidance to Others
Manufacturing Transformers and Inductors – Two of the following units to be taken:
  • Assembling Large Transformer and Inductor Cores
  • Winding Transformer and Inductor Coils
  • Assembling Transformers and Inductors
  • Fitting Small Transformer and Inductor Cores
Manufacturing Electrical Motors and Generators – Four of the following units to be taken:
  • Assembling Rotor and Armature Windings
  • Assembling Stator Windings
  • Assembling and Fitting Commutators
  • Balancing Assembled Rotors or Armatures
  • Assembling and Fitting Electrical Rotating Equipment
Manufacturing Electrical Control Systems Equipment – All three of the following units to be taken:
  • Mounting Electrical Components in Enclosures
  • Wiring Electrical Components and Equipment in Enclosures
  • Selecting and Preparing Materials and Components for Electrical Assembly
Testing Electrical Equipment – All three of the following units to be taken:
  • Carrying Out Functional Tests on Electrical Equipment
  • Locating and Diagnosing Faults in Electrical Systems and Equipment
  • Checking the Compliance of Electrical Equipment Against the Specification
Awarding Organisation (AO)

Engineering Training Awards (ETA)

Assessment

Portfolio of Evidence

Attendance

Remote

Level

3

Duration

12 Months

Pathway

Designing Electronic Circuits, Controlling Semiconductor Manufacturing Processes, Controlling Printed Circuit and Allied Circuit Assembly, Leading Electronic Component Manufacture, Leading Printed Circuit and Allied Circuit Assembly, Leading Electronics Assembly, Testing Electronic Circuits, Manufacturing Transformers and Inductors, Manufacturing Electrical Motors and Generators, Manufacturing Electrical Control Systems Equipment, Testing Electrical Equipment