If you have always had an interest in making things, combined with the creativity to solve technical problems, then this full-time course can help you towards becoming an engineer to meet requirements for an all-round programme of study.
This programme is designed to give you the flexibility and technical capability to be one of the engineers of the future, by exploring the integrated nature of engineering in general. This includes design, manufacture, maintenance, mechanical and electronic and electrical engineering. You could apply this knowledge across a huge range of industries, from food to plastics or pharmaceuticals. You could also work in utilities or even the armed forces.
With this course you will gain skills and knowledge across a range of core and more specialist units. The course will suit you if you’ve completed relevant studies at an advanced level (A Level or equivalent) or have relevant industry experience and want to pursue a career in engineering.
The course contains significant project-based learning including laboratory investigations, design work, projects, case studies and tutorials.
- research project
- professional engineering management
- further mathematics
- lean manufacturing
- industrial services
- further PLCs
- industrial systems
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Jesse Boot Avenue
Start: 25th September 2019
Fees / reductions:
Tuition fee: £3375
Fees shown are per year and based on the 2018/19 academic year. Prices for 2019/20 onward are yet to be confirmed.
Course code: C000172 / Q001058
Pearson HND in General Engineering
You should have successfully completed a relevant HNC with at least 10 units at Level 4 and 5.
If applying from another institution please note that the HNC qualification has to have the same specification as the one at Nottingham College.
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Assessment is through assignments.
The HNCD qualification is widely recognised in its own right and provides students with the skills required for employment in a broad range of industries with either a managerial or technical bias.
Examples of career areas include: research and development, design, technical sales, and production.
I chose to pursue a career in engineering as I really enjoy hands-on work, especially starting off with a single raw material and then ending up with a finished product.Chloe Nunn Engineering Technician (and Level 3 student) at Nottingham College