Summary of course content:

This course consists of six units taught over two years. Four of the units have an exam element while two are coursework. The units are as follows:

  • Mathematics for Engineering (Examined)
  • Science for Engineering (Examined)
  • Principles of Mechanical Engineering (Examined)
  • Principles of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Examined)
  • Electrical and Electronic Design (NEA)
  • Computer Aided Design (NEA)

Progression and Career routes:

This course could lead to a Higher Apprenticeship in the engineering sector or Higher Education. There will be an unprecedented demand for graduate engineers over the next ten to fifteen years.

How to access this course:

You will need a Grade 6 or above at GCSE in a Technology Subject, Mathematics and Science

You will also need to be studying Mathematics or Physics at A level.