HNC General Engineering UCAS COde GENG

HNC General Engineering UCAS COde GENG

Categories

Engineering

HNC Engineering

About

Imagine the challenges facing London’s Crossrail project, designed to create 42km of new tunnels beneath the capital? Europe’s largest construction project employs 10,000 people on 45 sites and involves jobs including mechanical, electrical and civil engineering, project management and health and safety. The UK is currently experiencing a shortage of engineering skills and the economy needs 1.8m more engineers by 2025. Our HNC in General Engineering provides a fantastic platform for a career working on exciting projects with endless job opportunities. You will gain skills in engineering design, mechanical and electronic principles, maths and science for engineering and how to manage a professional engineering project.

Modules

  • Engineering Maths
  • Engineering Science
  • Managing a Professional Engineering Project
  • Enginering Design
  • Mechanical Principles
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles

Entry Requirements

64 UCAS Points

Next Steps

Progression on to a HND programme.

Mode of Study

Part-Time

Course Features

Level 4

Higher Education

Hinckley

09/09/2019

26/06/2020

All

£2975 per year

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Robert Pouton – HNC General Engineering

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staff

Subject Area

Engineering

HNC General Engineering, Engineering courses Robert, 26, has worked in the engineering sector for ten years, completing his Level 3 apprenticeship at the College’s Nuneaton campus. He worked as a CNC Machinist for the Premier Group and for ADV Manufacturing in Coventry, signing up[...]

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HNC General Engineering – Robert Pouton

Subject Area

HNC General Engineering, Engineering courses

Robert, 26, has worked in the engineering sector for ten years, completing his Level 3
apprenticeship at the College’s Nuneaton campus. He worked as a CNC Machinist for the Premier Group and for ADV Manufacturing in Coventry, signing up to study for an HNC in Engineering to further improve his skills and knowledge, and to equip himself for future
promotion.

Robert enjoyed the learning experience on his HNC course so much, he was inspired to re-think his career and returned to the College as a lecturer in engineering. Robert is now passing on the skills he has learned in industry to Level 2 students, helping them to develop turning, milling and fitting skills so that they can join engineering machine shops when they complete their studies.

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