BTEC Level 3 National Foundation Diploma in Engineering

WHAT DOES THE SUBJECT INCLUDE?
 
The course consists of a range of units improving students understanding of engineering. They will develop their technical knowledge and practical skills by following a series of carefully selected topics. This allows students to progress onto university or into industry in a field of their choice. 

WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE?
 
The course is made up of units including: Engineering Principals, Delivering Engineering Processes Safely as a Team, Engineering Product Design and Manufacture, Applied Commercial and Quality Principals in Engineering and an Engineering Project. Units are assessed internally with practical and theory assessments, and some are tested externally through exams. 

WHAT ARE THE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS?
 
·        Be at least 16 years of age at the start of the course.
·        Have a keen interest in engineering.
·        Have undertaken GCSE’s and achieved 5 x level 9-5 (previously A* to C) including English and Maths.

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COMPLETE THE COURSE?
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BTEC Level 3 National Foundation Diploma in Engineering

[b]HOW DO I APPLY/JOIN THIS COURSE?[/b]
 
You can complete the application form online by visiting the College’s website www.nsc.ac.uk. If you have any questions about the application process, you can call the College Admissions Team on 01691 688080 or email admissions@nsc.ac.uk.
 
Once we have received your application, you will be invited to come to one of the College campuses and meet with a member of our teaching team. You can ask any questions you have, usually at this meeting we will offer you a place on the course you have applied for.

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