BTEC Engineering Operations Level 2
Engineering & Automotive
Mode of Study
01 September 2020
Minimum of four GCSEs grade D or above to include Maths at grade C; or an appropriate Level 1 Engineering Diploma qualification and GCSE Maths at grade C.
In a nutshell
This course provides an introductory understanding of Electrical/Electronic Engineering.
This course is for you if...
... You want a blend of practical and theoretical study
... You want to progress to an extended diploma
... You’d like to do an apprenticeship
What will I be doing?
The course is a combination of laboratory and theoretical elements. You’ll learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations. You’ll study units including:
- The Engineered World
- Investigating an Engineered Product
- Health and Safety in Engineering
- Engineering Maintenance
- Engineering Materials
- Electronic Circuit Design and Construction
- Interpreting and Using Engineering Information
- Mathematics for Engineering
- Electrical and Mechanical Science for Engineering
- Operating an Efficient Workplace
- Introduction to Communications for Engineering
- Electronic Devices and Communication Applications
You’ll develop essential employability skills, such as self-management, team working, business awareness, customer awareness, problem-solving, communication, basic literacy, numeracy and a positive attitude to work.
You’ll be assessed through exams, coursework, assignments, portfolio work and laboratory or practical assessments. Upon completion, you’ll gain:
What is expected of me?
To enter this course, you’ll need a minimum of four GCSEs, Grade D or above, to include Maths at Grade C; or an appropriate Level 1 Engineering Diploma qualification and GCSE Maths at Grade C.
You'll need to be numerate, creative and have a keen interest in engineering. We also expect you to be self-motivated, hard-working, punctual and committed.
What comes next?
- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering
- A suitable apprenticeship
- Employment as an Electrical or Electronic Technician
You’ll need to supply your own stationery e.g. folders, subject dividers, pens, pencils, rule and scientific calculator.
Have any questions or are not sure if this is the right course for you?
Contact our Student Recruitment team
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