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Awarding Body University of Glamorgan UCAS code:C22, Route A , Route B Course Content The course will produce an engineer with a broad education in science and engineering who will have the versatility to deal with a range of situations and problems encountered in the building services industry. Course Features The course will develop an ability in problem solving in engineering The student will also develop technical and managerial leadership skills The students will develop specialist skills in lighting design and planning. An understanding of the underlying principles of the environmental performance of buildings will be developed An update on all the latest building regulations and laws concerning electrical services will be studied. Career Prospects and Progression This qualification can enhance your career prospects within the industry, and could be up-graded to degree qualifications on completion Modules The Design of Electrical Installations, Electronics and Principles, Engineering Management and Safety, Electrical Principles (2), Lighting Applications, Environmental Services (1), HNC Individual Project (40 credits) Method of Assessment Continuous assessment through assignments plus one exam. Course Length 2 Years (part time) Time of Delivery Day and Evening Campus Ammanford Campus Bilingual Provision This course can be studied in English only Entry Requirements ONC/D in a suitable subject, C&G 2330 or equivalent. Entry for mature students over 21 without formal qualifications is at the discretion of the faculty. Full-time or Part-time Part Time

Awarding Body University of Glamorgan UCAS code:C22, Route A , Route B Course Content The course will produce an engineer with a broad education in science and engineering who will have the versatility to deal with a range of situations and problems encountered in the building services industry. Course Features The course will develop an ability in problem solving in engineering The student will...

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