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Start Date2 Sept 2024
Course: Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher Level Apprenticeship Advanced Technician in Engineering – General EngineeringCampus: Strand RoadType: Part TimeStart Date: 02/09/2024Fees:
- Site location Strand Road
- Engineering Maths
- Engineering Science
- CAD for Maintenance Engineers
- Engineering Design
- Managing a Professional Engineering Project
- Fluid Mechanics
- Programmable Logic Controllers
- Computer Aided Design & Manufacture
UK Requirements32 UCAS points at GCE A level with at least one pass in a related discipline, plus pass in GCSE mathematics (Grade C or equivalent ) OR a BTEC level 3 qualification in an engineering discipline.
ROI Requirements32 UCAS points at Leaving Cert with at least one pass in a related discipline, O5 mathematics ( or equivalent ) OR a BTEC level 3 qualification in an engineering discipline.
Additional Requirements Prior to Entry
Attendance at Information Session
You will need to be in employment or about to take up employment in a company relevant to your chosen profession. You can be an existing employee upskilling and moving to a new job role or a newly recruited employee taking up a permanent contract of employment.
Further StudyIf pathways to HLA level 5 HND studies exist then participants may wish to consider continuing their progression as a Higher Level Apprentice. Successful completion of the Higher National Diploma with appropriate grades can enable progression to Year 2 BEng (Hons) degree pathway of related degree at Ulster University or similar degrees at other universities. Your Future Career The course will enable you to seek employment as Higher Engineering Technicians and Incorporated Engineers in the local engineering/manufacturing industry.
Career ProspectsWhether you want to specialise in electrical, electronics,mechanical, manufacturing, production, aeronautical, energy supply, communications or maintenance engineering, there is a wide range of engineering opportunities available in Ireland, the UK and abroad.
I choose to train as an apprentice because it was very important to me that I could work and earn money while studying towards my qualification.Ryan Carlyle (Drylining)
I progressed from NWRC directly into final year of a degree programme at Glasgow School of Art, along with my twin sister.Tipsudar Cochrane