The emphasis throughout the course is student centered, task orientated learning with plenty of scope for practical assignment work. Wherever possible projects, which are carried out in the second year, are to be industrially based with full involvement of industrial supervisors. This is a well-established, two year part-time course, that provides a thorough grounding in all aspects of electrical and electronic engineering and combines the hardware and software subject areas demanded by the industry.
Students will have the opportunity to return after achieving the HNC to upgrade to the HND after one year’s further study part-time. After that, they can upgrade to a BSc (Hons) degree in a further two years of part-time study.
2 years part-time
This award has the following general educational aims:
Level 4: Electrical & Electronic Principles, Engineering Mathematics, Electronics I, Programmable Logic Controllers, Introduction to C Programming and Embedded Systems, Instrumentation and Integrated Automation Systems, HNC Electrical and Electronic Engineering Project.
Level 5: Electronics II, Further Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Principles, Methods & Simulation.
Successful completion of the HNC will qualify students for entry to HND/degree courses in related subjects. Careers that are directly related to this discipline include: Electrical and Electronic Development Engineering; Design Engineering; Production Engineer (Technical Sales) and CAD Technicians. Electrical and Electronic Engineers are employed by the manufacturing industry; service industries; the armed forces; research organisations and the National Health Service
Examination and up to two pieces of coursework for non-project modules. Oral presentation and project reports for the project module.
National Diploma Level 3 in Electrical and Electronic Engineering or similar, or A levels in 2 suitable subjects (e.g. maths, science, computing) grade C or above. GCSE maths, English and a science grade C or above.
Higher education fees apply and any additional costs are determined annually by the college.
The learner will also be required to provide their own stationery and basic classroom equipment appropriate to their course (eg. pens and a calculator).
Coleg Sir Gar is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales No. 08539630 and is a registered charity No. 1152522.
The registered office is at The Graig Campus, Sandy Road, Pwll, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 4DN