BTEC National Diploma In Motor Vehicle Engineering (Incorporating National Award)

West Herts College
In Home Park (England)

Price on request

Important information

  • BTEC
  • Home park (England)
  • Duration:
    2 Years
Description

The course is designed to provide a progression route to supervisory management or university where many successful graduates go on to work for Formula One race teams.

Important information

Requirements: 4 GCSE A-C grades including Science, Maths and English and a range of relevant assessments at interview.

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location

Home Park
Langley Waters, WD4 8DH, Hertfordshire, England
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What you'll learn on the course

Vehicle Maintenance
Motorcycle Maintenance
Vehicle Electronics

Course programme

Course content

The first year of a two year full time course consisting of 17 units covering a number of related disciplines including: Science, Mathematics, Electrical/Electronics, Industry and Society.  Engineering applications or computers all related to motor vehicle engineering technology.

The course is designed to provide a progression route to supervisory management or university where many successful graduates go on to work for Formula One race teams.

Additionality

The course consists of 8 units, all of which have to be passed to complete the qualification.  These 8 units are based on Vehicle Technology but will include 2 units of 'Mathematics for Technicians' and 'Science for Technicians'.  Each unit will be completed successfully by passing tests and assignments.  Units will be achieved in a natural progression throughout the year and will include some practical work.

Assessment

Exam

Continuous Assessment

Assignments

Progression

The BTEC National Diploma which is a recognised Level 3 qualification and is accepted by universities as the equivalent of 3 A levels should students wish to go on to do a degree.  The UCAS points achieved are dependent on grades achieved at the end of the course.

 

Additional information

Payment options: UK & EU fee £650.00 International fee £5,089.00 A one-off annual Access Payment of £10 is payable by all students Students need to buy steel-capped protective boots or shoes to wear when in workshop (approx £25+)