This course builds on HNC Electrical Engineering, developing your existing knowledge and giving you even more of an understanding of electrical engineering to meet the needs of employers.
You will: look at electrical networks and resonance; explore different types of control systems; develop skills in designing electrical installation circuits; look at transmission lines; learn about electrical motor drive systems; develop skills in inspecting and testing Low Voltage electrical installations; look at power electronic devices and transformers; learn about using electrical energy in buildings; look at protection devices within HV systems; study maths for engineering; explore energy as a whole, including energy demand, production and consumption.
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Progression through established pathways to a 2+2 Degree programme with Glasgow Caledonian University in both Electrical Power Engineering and Electrical, Electronic and Energy Engineering.
Direct entry to year 3 on attaining a minimum grade B in your engineering project.
STEM - Engineering and Science