BTEC Level 3 – Extended Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Course Code: B7862 – Length: 2 Years – Venue: CEME Centre – Level: BTEC Level 3 – Awarding Body: Edexcel – Mode: Fulltime – Cost: £3000/year
Due to the recent increase in demand for both professional engineers and aircraft engineers in particular, London School of Aerospace & Engineering is now offering this course as a pathway into the aerospace industry. On completing the course successful students will be eligible to either progress on to higher education programmes or apply for industry apprenticeship schemes in the civil and military sectors to train as licensed aircraft engineers.
- Health and Safety
- Engineering Project
- Microprocessor Systems
- Electrical and Electronic Principles
- Computer Aided Designing
- Secondary Machining
- Electronic Fault-Finding
- Principles and Applications of Analogue Electronics
- Electronic Measurement and Testing
- Engineering Design
- Business Operation in Engineering
- Engineering Materials
- Mechanical Principles
- Microcontroller Systems for Engineers
- Theory of Flight
Students who wish to pursue a career in engineering with interest in electrical and electronics engineering.
You should have successfully completed BTEC level 2 course or have GCSEs including mathematics and physics. Applicant should have genuine interest in engineering especially in electrical and electronics engineering,
All units are assessed through practical coursework and assignments.
Communication, electrical technology, electrical installation and electronics fault finding will be assessed via project work.
Duration & Delivery
Two years, full-time.
Cost & Funding
£3000 per year.
Fees are subject to change every year.
You will attend classes for 3 days per week between the hours of 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
This course include trips, visits and possibly work experience.
After completion of level 3, students can progress to BTEC level 4 in electrical and electronics engineering or into employment if you wish to do so.
For further information, please contact us on 0208 596 5140 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.