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Engineering - Level 1 BTEC Diploma - September Start

Available for applications

More information about this Course

Useful Information
  • Mode of study:

    Full Time

  • Level:


  • Duration:

    1 Year

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Course Overview

This course is designed for those who have an interest in engineering, with a desire to have a career within this sector. We will provide you with the practical experience and the technical knowledge to work in the engineering industry. You will learn the basic fundamentals of mechanical engineering through a combination of theory lessons and practical work in our contemporary engineering workshops.

Throughout this course you will study a range of subjects, including wiring electrical circuits, making engineering components, interpreting and using engineering information, using the bench drill, health and safety practices, and various employability units.

Good English and Maths skills are essential for success in studying and for future employment prospects and so Croydon College ensures that these skills are developed in all learning opportunities.

Course Highlights

Specialist Facilities:

This programme is delivered by our fully qualified and professional staff. You will benefit from working with CAD/CAM machinery, a PLC suite, Instrumentation & Control software and hardware, Rapid Prototyper (3D Printer), as well as industry standard workshops with modern technology.

Trips and Activities:

You will also have the opportunity to visit and undertake voluntary work on the steam train that is coupled to the Orient Express.

Employer Links:

A key distinguishing feature of the college is our links with employers and the ways in which we incorporate this into your learning. Employers attend our popular employability events and you can discuss apprenticeships and progression opportunities in our employability hub or in the apprenticeship office.

Career Opportunities & Further Study

Completion of this course can lead to progression to our Level 2 engineering programme. Alternatively, you can enter employment as an apprentice within the engineering industry.

Future careers can include aerospace engineering, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, and aircraft maintenance.

You will be assessed over 11 units. Each unit consists of three or four written assignments.

Entry Requirements

Evidence of a commitment to learn and the ability to study at this level shown at interview; including GCSE English and Mathematics at grade 2 or equivalent.

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