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|Introduction||The BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Engineering is designed to accommodate both a mechanical or electrical pathway. You will need to complete 6 units in total with 2 of these units being specific to the preferred pathway.|
|Study Outline||Suggested Units: Health & Safety in the Workplace (M), Engineering Materials, Mathematics for Engineering Technicians and Engineering Drawing for Technicians.
Optional units include Electrical & Electronic Principles and Electronic Devices & Circuits for the electrical pathway and Computer Aided Drafting in Engineering and Mechanical Principles for the mechanical pathway.|
|Entry Requirements||You will need an achievement in a level two qualification with a merit in maths; a good supporting tutor report (if applicable); Level two in literacy and numeracy or GCSE grades C English, Maths and Science.|
|Equipment||Students will require the following equipment: A scientific calculator, basic drawing equipment, stationary.|
|Attendance||1 full day for 34 weeks.|
|Assessment||Your knowledge is assessed by practical assessments in an Engineering Workshop Environment, verbally and by assessments scripts set by the College.|
|Progression||On successful completion of the programme you may progress on to a Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical or Electrical) pending suitable grades and attendance record. You may also be eligible to progress onto a HNC in Engineering following a successful interview.|
|Qualification||BTEC L3 Subsidiary Diploma in Engineering.|
|Suitable for Higher Education?||Y|
|Suitable for Individuals?||Y|
|Suitable for Employers?||Y|