GCSE grade 2 (grade E) or above including English, maths and science. We will also need a good school report or academic reference.
If you enjoy building and testing circuits and want to make products in mechanical engineering workshops, this course is for you.
Learn about health and safety, using and communicating technical information, use of various hand tools, drill machines and use of soldering irons to build electronic circuits. You will also gain knowledge of basic engineering theory in electromechanical engineering. You will have a chance to learn about electrical installation, wiring, simple circuits and more.
You will be assessed on theory and practical work.
BTEC Level 2 First Extended Certificate in Engineering
Employment in the electrical/electronic or mechanical engineering environment.
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