Engineering

BTEC (Extended Certificate)

KEY FACTS

Qualification Type

BTEC (Extended Certificate)

Additional Entry Requirements

Either BTEC Engineering  Level 2 – Merit, or GCSE
Mathematics – Grade 6

Assessment

All Units internally assessed.

Opportunities for Work Related Activities

Opportunities to work with companies like Rolls Royce, taking part in the Engineering education scheme.
Would you like to go into product design, aerospace, manufacturing, electronics, electrical engineering, or the automotive industry as a project leader or designer?

Course Overview

This qualification has a focus on a broad range of engineering specialist areas. The BTEC National inEngineering uses a combination of assessment styles to give you the confidence required to apply your knowledge to succeed in the workplace – and have the study skills to continue learning on higher education courses and throughout your career. The range of vocational assessments – both practical and written – means you will be able to showcase your learning and achievements to best effect when you take the next step, whether that’s supporting applications to higher education courses or potential employers.

Progression

Computer designing (CAD); mechanical and electrical/electronics engineering; product design in aerospace and the car industry; civil engineering; chemical engineering.

Careers

Computer designing (CAD); mechanical and electrical/electronics engineering; product design in aerospace and the car industry; civil engineering; chemical engineering.