18 Dec, 2017

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National Diploma Programs

Refrigeraton and Air Conditioning Technology

What is the program about?

 

The National Diploma is a vocationally-evolved qualification and is a natural progression from the First Diploma. It is designed with enhanced specification content to help students develop deep, specialist, practical skills and understanding in refrigeration and air conditioning technology.

What will I learn?

 

Core Units:

  • Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace (Unit 1)
  • Communications for Engineering Technicians (Unit 2)
  • Engineering Project (Unit 3)
  • Mathematics for Engineering Technicians (Unit 4)
  • Mechanical Principles and Applications (Unit 5)


Specialist Units:

  • Applications of Mechanical Systems in Engineering (Unit 12)
  • Principles and Applications of Fluid Mechanics (Unit 13)
  • Principles and Applications of Thermodynamics (Unit 14)
  • Computer Aided Drafting in Engineering (Unit 17)
  • Ventilation and Air Conditioning Design in Building Services Engineering (Unit 35)
  • Refrigeration Technology in Building Services Engineering (Unit 37)

Welding and Fabrication Technology

What is the program about?

 

The National Diploma is a vocationally-evolved qualification and is a natural progression from the First Diploma. It is designed with enhanced specification content to help students develop deep, specialist, practical skills and understanding in fabrication and welding technology.

What will I learn?

 

Core Units:

  • Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace (Unit 1)
  • Communications for Engineering Technicians (Unit 2)
  • Engineering Project (Unit 3)
  • Mathematics for Engineering Technicians (Unit 4)
  • Mechanical Principles and Applications (Unit 5)


Specialist Units:

  • Properties and Applications of Engineering Materials (Unit 10)
  • Computer Aided Drafting in Engineering (Unit 17)
  • Fabrication Processes and Technology (Unit 22)
  • Welding Technology (Unit 23)
  • Welding Principles (Unit 27)
  • Structure and Properties of Metals (Unit 37)

Manufacturing and Producton Technology

What is the program about?

 

The National Diploma is a vocationally-evolved qualification and is a natural progression from the First Diploma. It is designed with enhanced specification content to help students develop deep, specialist, practical skills and understanding in manufacturing and production technology.

What will I learn?

 

Core Units:

  • Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace (Unit 1)
  • Communications for Engineering Technicians (Unit 2)
  • Engineering Project (Unit 3)
  • Mathematics for Engineering Technicians (Unit 4)
  • Mechanical Principles and Applications (Unit 5)


Specialist Units:

  • Engineering Design (Unit 8)
  • Properties and Applications of Engineering Materials (Unit 10)
  • Computer Aided Drafting in Engineering (Unit 17)
  • Fabrication Processes and Technology (Unit 22)
  • Computer Aided Manufacture (Unit 31)
  • Production System Design (Unit 32)

Instrumentation and Control Technology

What is the program about?

 

The National Diploma is a vocationally-evolved qualification and is a natural progression from the First Diploma. It is designed with enhanced specification content to help students develop deep, specialist, practical skills and understanding in instrumentation and control engineering.

What will I learn?

 

Core Units:

  • Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace (Unit 1)
  • Communications for Engineering Technicians (Unit 2)
  • Engineering Project (Unit 3)
  • Mathematics for Engineering Technicians (Unit 4)
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles (Unit 6)


Specialist Units:

  • Electro, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems and Devices (Unit 15)
  • Computer Aided Drafting in Engineering (Unit 17)
  • Industrial Process Measurement (Unit 24)
  • Principles and Applications of Electronic Devices and Circuits (Unit 35)
  • Industrial Plant and Process Control (Unit 47)
  • Industrial Process Controllers (Unit 50)

Electrical and Electronic Technology

What is the program about?

 

The National Diploma is a vocationally-evolved qualification and is a natural progression from the First Diploma. It is designed with enhanced specification content to help students develop deep, specialist, practical skills and understanding in electrical and electronic engineering.

What will I learn?

 

Core Units:

  • Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace (Unit 1)
  • Communications for Engineering Technicians (Unit 2)
  • Engineering Project (Unit 3)
  • Mathematics for Engineering Technicians (Unit 4)
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles (Unit 6)


Specialist Units:

  • Computer Aided Drafting in Engineering (Unit 17)
  • Selecting and Using Programmable Logic Controllers (Unit 25)
  • Principles and Applications of Electronic Devices and Circuits (Unit 35)
  • Electrical Technology (Unit 51)
  • Construction and Application of Digital Systems (Unit 58)
  • Principles and Operations of 3 Phase Systems (Unit 62)

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