Our new Edexcel accredited 3-unit BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Engineering (Electronic) qualification gives you the knowledge, understanding and skills that are need to prepare for employment or further qualifications.
|Award:||BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Engineering (Electronic)|
|Study Time / Duration:||180 Hours / 12 months|
|Requirements:||Age – Min. 16 Yrs|
BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Electronic Engineering (Worth up to 28 new UCAS points)
Electronics engineers design and develop the systems used by machines and equipment in lots of industries, from mobile communications and computing to aerospace. If you love electronics and like finding out how things work, this could be a perfect choice of career for you.
The following units in this certificate offer sound knowledge and practical skills in key areas of electronics and microcontrollers:
- Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace
- Microprocessor Systems and Applications
- Principles and Applications of Electronic Devices and Circuits* or Mathematics for Engineering Technicians
*PAEDC unit above requires practical electronics’ kit – cost is £50 as below (you may already have access to these parts, or choose the alternative Maths unit)
Select ‘Add to cart’ below to start your Certificate enrolment – £450:
Select the cart below, if you would prefer to pay by direct debit. You can pay £100 deposit, followed by 8 x £50 monthly payments. (We will contact you with direct debit arrangements) – £100:
Note, if you already have a BTEC level 3 Award, you may upgrade to a level 3 Certificate by completing only 2 additional units from the above for a reduced fee of £315. During your enrolment process, we will confirm with you your choice of units. Select cart below for Certificate upgrade enrolment – £315:
Although all your course material will be available online; if you would also like a paper copy of the certificate course material, select the cart below for Certificate course material (paper copy) – £35:
Although all your course material will be available online; you will require some hardware components to complete the practical elements of the optional PAEDC unit. We will provide a list of components needed, but if you would like us to provide the electronics kit , select the cart below for Electronics Practical Kit – £50:
Each unit is normally split into 4 sections to make studying easier via our online Moodle education platform. When ready, you will be assessed with 2 assessments that you request from your tutor, so there is no large end of course exam. Also remember you have 12 months of access to your tutor to take you every step of the way
Note all course prices exclude BTEC registration fee. Details on how to register with Edexcel will sent to you during enrolment.
Electronics engineers research, design and develop electronic components and equipment in a range of industries, for example:
- manufacturing – programmable logic controls (PLCs) and microprocessor controlled machines.
- telecommunications and IT – mobile phones, radio, TV and satellite communications, PCs, tablets and ATM machines
- aerospace – avionics, radar, navigation and communication systems
As an electronics engineer, you would assess new developments or innovations to see if they are workable, test prototypes and analyse data.