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Overview

This professional qualification is suitable for those working in the engineering industry who are looking to develop their mechanical engineering skills. It is a one year part-time course which leads to a recognised qualification in engineering that offers career progression for those already in employment or as a platform for continued studies at degree level.

BTEC Higher National Diplomas provide a nationally-recognised qualification The qualification is undertaken on a day-release basis over one year and is essentially a follow on from the HNC. The qualification provides a thorough grounding in the key concepts and practical skills required by the sector with national recognition by employers. It is the equivalent to the first year of a degree programme. The core units are:

Unit 34: Research Project Unit 35: Professional Engineering Management (Pearson-set) Unit 36: Advanced Mechanical Principles Unit 37: Virtual Engineering Unit 39: Further Mathematics

The Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering provides for in-depth study of key aspects of mechanical engineering and equips learners for progression within their chosen profession or for further study. Students will be assessed via vocationally relevant assignments and, in addition to classroom teaching, will be expected to develop skills in research and self-directed study.

Entry Requirements

Students must have completed an HNC in an engineering discipline. Depending on existing qualifications, learners may be required to complete additional top-up units to ensure they meet Pearson BTEC requirements

Skills

Qualifications

Engineering Level 5 High National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

Assessment

Students are assessed continually throughout the course, normally via written assignments. Some assignments may be in the form of a test.

Home Study

Additional study of four hours per week is required outside of classes.

Work Placement

The course is aimed at those already in employment in the mechanical industry, but such employment is not an essential requirement to benefit from the course. The course does not involve work placement.

Progression

Engineering Degree

Fees and Additional Costs

If you are over 18 there will be a registration fee of £215.00 if you have not previously registered with the exam board. Additional costs may include an awarding body registration fee.

Additional Information

CodeDayStartEndTimesFees*
HNDL5ENG/M 192001 Thursday 09/09/2019 03/07/2020 09:00 - 18:30 £2950.00
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