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Type of Course: BTEC

Course Description

It is suggested that students who follow this course have a grade C pass or above in BTEC Engineering, Construction or GCSE Electronics or Product Design. The     Engineering course is designed to give a broad knowledge to equip students for entry into further education or employment within the engineering sector. .


Course comprises of :

First Year (equivalent to AS) 3 modules

· Health & Safety

· Computer Numerical Control

· Computer Aided Drawing

Second Year (equivalent to A2) an additional 3 modules:

· Mechanical Principles

· Computer Aided Manufacture

· Property of Materials


A student following the Engineering Course will:

· Become familiar with the different areas of engineering while appreciating the social, economic and environmental impact these have on society.

· Develop a knowledge and understanding of the range of engineering technologies that make up engineering.

· Apply knowledge of engineering technology in a variety of engineering contexts, including design, safe use of equipment, techniques and procedures used in engineering contexts, including those dependent on ICT.

· Apply their knowledge and understanding of engineering, its practical and technological aspects, through practical projects.



    The Priory Federation of Academies, Lincoln