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HNC BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING (DELIVERED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TEESSIDE UNIVERSITY)
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HNC BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING (DELIVERED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TEESSIDE UNIVERSITY)

HNC IN BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING
Start Date 
20/09/2021
End Date 
02/05/2023
Attendance 
Part Time
Target audience 

This course is aimed at learners that are employed within the building services engineering industry as technicians or trade/craft persons in the vocational areas of electrical and mechanical installation, electrical and mechanical design, estimating, supervision or management, building services engineering contracting, heating and ventilation or refrigeration.

Additionally learners will have gained suitable experience and/or qualifications.

Learners may wish to progress into a specialist area of building services engineering or enhance their prospect of promotion within the industry.

Entry requirements 

  • Ideally employed within the industry
  • An appropriate technician or craft qualification at level 3 or similar eg 'A' levels
  • Ideally GCSE Grade 4 or higher in English and Mathematics
  • A successful interview
  • Learners must be at least 19 years old
  • Course content 

    The HNC award has been developed as a work related qualification reflecting the knowledge and understanding required in the building services sector. Note: Elective units are subject to change.

    Core Modules:

    • Services Science
    • Health, Safety & Welfare
    • Management Principles & Application
    • Group Project

    Elective Modules:

    • Contractual Procedures and Procurement
    • Electricity & Lighting for BSE
    • Low Pressure Hot Water Heating
    • Air Conditioning
    • Mathematics
    • Lighting Applications for Industrial & Commercial Buildings
    • Thermo fluids & Acoustics
    • Electrical Protection for Non-Domestic Buildings
    • Piped Distribution Services
    • Energy Utilisation
    • Project Management
    • Work Based Learning for C&BE
    Assessment criteria 

    Learners will complete coursework, research, investigation, written reports, presentations, test papers and practical exercises dependent upon the module content as part of the assessment process.

    All assessments are graded on the basis of Pass, Merit and Distinction against assessment criteria. These provide an overall single grade for each subject module.

    Progression 

    Learners wishing to study further higher education qualifications can progress to part-time and full-time degree level courses at University.

    Other information 

    Learners must have good time management skills and work in their own time to complete the necessary reading, research and assessment work to be successful in this qualification.

    For further information and to apply go to:-

    https://www.tees.ac.uk/undergraduate_courses/engineering_&_construction/...

    Courses

    Whatever course you choose, you'll get the highest level of training from specialist tutors, benefiting from their knowledge and experience of working not just in education but also in industry.

    Application & Enrolment

    You are able to apply online for all courses, however to complete your course enrolment fully, you will need to have an interview and then be accepted onto a course. The only courses available to enrol online are Full Cost courses, if you wish to enrol on any other course please call into Student Services or call 01429 295000.

    Full Cost course fees are inclusive of VAT.

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