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Electrical/Electronic Engineering

Tameside College

UCAS Code: 19EL | Higher National Diploma - HND

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1.0year

Full-time | 2022

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2.0 years | Part-time | 2022

Each unit studied will be delivered via a combination of lectures and workshop/laboratory activities by outstanding industry experienced staff with a range of specialisms that will connect your learning to the world of employment.

Modules

Each unit studied will be delivered via a combination of lectures and workshop/laboratory activities by outstanding industry experienced staff with a range of specialisms that will connect your learning to the world of employment.

Class contact hours are based on approximately seven hours on your day of study at the centre but you will be required to undertake a substantial amount of self-study to supplement the class based activities.

Units to be studied whilst completing the second year of a HNC:

Professional Engineering Management (Pearson Set):

Engineers are professionals who can design, develop, manufacture, construct, operate and maintain the physical infrastructure and content of the world we live in. They do this by using their academic knowledge and practical experience, in a safe, effective and sustainable manner, even when faced with a high degree of technical complexity.

Further Mathematics:

The understanding of more advanced mathematics is important within an engineering curriculum to support and broaden abilities within the applied subjects at the core of all engineering programmes. Students are introduced to additional topics that will be relevant to them as they progress to the next level of their studies, advancing their knowledge of the underpinning mathematics gained in Unit 2: Engineering Maths.

Units to be studied in 1 additional year:

Research Project (Double Unit):

Completing a piece of research is an opportunity for students to showcase their intellect and talents. It integrates knowledge with different skills and abilities that may not have been assessed previously, which may include seeking out and reviewing original research papers, designing their own experimental work, solving problems as they arise, managing time, finding new ways of analysing and

presenting data, and writing an extensive report. Research can always be a challenge but one that can be immensely fulfilling, an experience that goes beyond a mark or a grade, but extends into long-lasting areas of personal and professional development.

Further Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs):

Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) were invented by the American Richard (‘Dick’) Morley in 1969, to be used in the manufacture of cars. Prior to that date production lines had been controlled by a mass of hard-wired relays. Using programmable devices in their place meant that changes in production could be implemented much faster without the need to rewire control circuits.

Industrial Power, Electronics and Storage:

This unit presents a wide-ranging introduction to the field of existing and renewable energy systems. There are many alternative sources of energy (some ‘green’) which can be converted to an electrical form, providing energy for transport, heat/cooling and lighting, as well as energy for various industrial processes and applications.

Industrial Systems:

The speed and efficiency of many industrial processes is due, largely, to the control systems selected for the application and the engineer’s ability to apply the most appropriate technology for their peration.

Industrial Services:

Behind the scenes in many modern-day manufacturing facilities there lies a complex system of services that powers production, both day and night. The underlying aim of this unit is to enhance the students’ understanding of the electrical supply systems, industrial air compressors, steam services, refrigeration systems and heat pumps that are used in an array of industrial engineering environments.

Assessment methods

? You will be assessed through a variety of assessment methods including, displays, case studies, presentations, extended written work and practical assessments.

? You will also carry out a project inwhere you can apply your skills and knowledge gained throughout your studies.

Tuition fees

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England
£5,995
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Northern Ireland
£5,995
for the whole course
Scotland
£5,995
for the whole course
Wales
£5,995
for the whole course

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Course location:

Tameside College

Department:

Engineering

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