BTEC edexcel, UK
- Duration: 24 Months
- Total unit: 18
- Total class per week: 3 days
- Total class time (Per day): 3 hrs
This advanced Higher National Diploma is designed to provide you with an in-depth knowledge of aircraft and engine design and the level of maintenance engineering.
Entry requirements for this course
- Higher Secondary School Certificate(H.S.C/A.Level)
- Group: Science
- Minimum Requirement: G.P.A 3.00 in both H.S.c & S.S.C
- A BTEC National Diploma in an Engineering discipline
- You should be a minimum of 18 years old
Note: Candidates with grades below those stated above will be offered the BTEC National Diploma program, subject to the relevant requirements.
What is this course about?
This course will train participants for senior technician roles and will provide a route to Incorporated Engineer status. It will provide them with a thorough grounding in the design, manufacture and testing of materials, and aerodynamics. It covers units: analytical methods for engineers, engineering science, aircraft systems principles, aerodynamics, further aerodynamics, gas turbine science, project management, health and safety and risk assessment, aircraft structural integrity and propulsion technology.
How you are assessed?
Your course involves a range of types of assessment including coursework assignments and examinations.
Why You Choose Aerospace Engineering?
Aerospace Engineering is one of the highly ambitious and challenging fields of study in engineering and technology with very broad range for carrier growth. Aerospace Engineering is an immensely important in the present day world. It is an immensely exciting and challenging career in which you solve problems relating to the science and technology of aircrafts and other flying vehicles and come up with unique solutions to the problem.
Aerospace engineer can design, test and contribute to the development of advanced technologies in the field of defense and space science. Its specialists in the designing and planning , building, testing ,operation and upkeep of both commercial and military aircraft.