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This course is suitable for those with an interest in Electronics and Computer Servicing and wishing to become a qualified engineer. It is also of benefit if you are interested in becoming a Network Systems Engineer. The course is made up of units that are balanced between Electronics and Computer Servicing and make up the industrial requirments to secure a job in the industry.
This practical course covers electronic and computer servicing. You will learn how a PC works and build one from components. You will also learn how to upgrade and repair a PC. Programming skills for use in Industry and core Electronic skills are covered too.
This course covers the basic knowledge and understanding of the principles and methods involved in Engineering and technology.
The qualification covers one mandatory unit:
Additionally, there are four optional units:
The course is delivered over one evening each week for 35 weeks, and is intended as an introduction to CAD.
The software you will use is Auto CAD, you will learn to use all the commands needed to produce complex drawings and to plot (print) your drawings; at level 2 you will be working in model/drawing space.
If you want to progress into employment in the engineering industry, we can train you to a standard of practical proficiency and give you the opportunity to acquire appropriate practical engineering skills and knowledge.
The EAL Level 2 Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations is made up of 3 mandatory units and 3 optional units.
The course is delivered over one evening each week for 35 weeks and is intended as a progression from the 2D level 2. Alternatively the course would be suitable for students with prior knowledge of Auto CAD, maybe using it at work.
The software you will use is Auto CAD, you will learn to use all the commands needed to produce complex drawings including using blocks and blocks with attributes applied you will plot (print) your drawings to scale, you will be working in model/drawing space as well as using paper space/printing space.