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Automotive Engineering HNC 


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Course NameStart DateEnd DateDayAttendanceSite  
Automotive Engineering HNC (Year 1)30/11/202025/11/2022Monday - FridayPart-TimeStephenson College - Coalvillealternate textAvailable for applications

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Course Overview
The Higher National Certificate in Automotive Engineering is designed for both the professional manager and the inspirational developer who wishes to clarify academic achievement with vocational experience.

What Qualifications Or Experience Do I Need?
Relevant Level 3 qualification at Diploma level or appropriate industrial experience.

How Long Is The Course?
The course is normally two years of evening classes or block release.

What Will I Learn?
8 units of study: 01. Analytical Methods for Engineers, 02. Engineering Science, 03. Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation, 10. Vehicle Fault Diagnosis, 11. Vehicle Systems and Technology, 14. Vehicle Electronics, 25. Organisational Behaviour, 37. Management of Projects.

How Will I Learn?
The course uses a student-centred learning approach applied via formal lectures, project based assignments and distance learning modules.

How Will I Be Assessed?
Each unit is assessed using a variety of assessment methods, e.g. assignments (written/practical), unit phase tests and unit end tests. Assessment is College-based but is monitored by Edexcel as the awarding body.

Where Could This Course Lead To?
Career progression for those employed within the Motor Vehicle Sector. Progression to Degree study.

Attendance Mode
Part Time - Daytime/ Evening

£3,755 in year one and £3,575 in year two.

Course Type
Higher Education

Subject Area