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Certificate of Competency - Second Engineer (III/2) - Direct Entry

South Tyneside College

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Course information: Certificate of Competency - Second Engineer (III/2) - Direct Entry Course content: You will study: Academic subjects: Mathematics Engineering Drawing Naval Architecture (Chief Engineer level) Applied Heat (Chief Engineer level) Applied Mechanics (Chief Engineer level) Electrotechnology (Chief Engineer level) Professional subjects: Engineering Knowledge - General Engineering Knowledge - Motor These are achieved using the Second Engineer EK only course. Course structure: Module A - 11 weeks Mathematics Engineering Drawing Applied Heat * Module B - 11 weeks Applied Mechanics * Naval Architecture * Electrotechnology * * Chief Engineer Level You must enrol on the full programme. Exemptions from this criteria will only apply for students who have previously studied at this centre. Assessment procedure: The current method of assessment is by external examination prepared by SQA on behalf of the Maritime & Coastguard Agency. Single subject certificates are issued for passes in the academic subjects and for a combination of professional subject passes ie General/Motor. Upon passing the required assessment and an MCA Oral Examination* you will be awarded the Certificate of Competency. Written examination papers are of three hours duration. *Please note: You must possess a MCA Notice of Eligibility to apply for an oral examination and undertake the SQA professional subjects. Qualifications achieved: Second Engineer (III/2) with Chief Engineer exemptions

Course information: Certificate of Competency - Second Engineer (III/2) - Direct Entry Course content: You will study: Academic subjects: Mathematics Engineering Drawing Naval Architecture (Chief Engineer level) Applied Heat (Chief Engineer level) Applied Mechanics (Chief Engineer level) Electrotechnology (Chief Engineer level) Professional subjects: Engineering Knowledge - General ...

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