Level 3 – Certificate in Engineering (Electrical)

circuito-elétrico[1]Our new BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Engineering  (Electrical) qualification has just received Edexcel approval. It gives you the knowledge, understanding and skills that are need to prepare for employment or further qualifications. 

Course Code: L3E-C04 (RTD06)
Enrolment Fee: £585.00  £450.00 (save £135)
Format: On-line
Award: BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Engineering (Electrical)
Accreditation: EDEXCEL
Study Time / Duration: 180 Hours / 12 months
Requirements: Age – Min. 16 Yrs

BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Electrical Engineering  (Worth up to 28 new UCAS points)

As electrical engineers design, build and maintain electrical machines, and distribution equipment, we have selected 3 specific units for this BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Engineering (Electrical) that will provide you with sound knowledge and practical skills in:

  1. Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace
  2. Features and Applications of Electrical Machines
  3. Selection and Using Programmable Controllers or Mathematics for Engineering Technicians

Select ‘Add to cart’ below to start your Certificate enrolment: Full payment – £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:

 

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.

 

As an electrical engineer, you could work with high and low voltage equipment and your exact duties could include:

  • carrying out feasibility studies for new technical developments
  • drawing up project plans and circuit diagrams, using computer-assisted engineering and design software
  • estimating costs and project timescales
  • testing installations and systems, and analysing test data
  • making sure projects meet safety regulations
  • overseeing inspection and maintenance programmes