NVQ and competence-based qualifications Automotive Engineering - Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Wiring and Assembly (L3)

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Our Edexcel Level 3 NVQ qualifications in Automotive Engineering - Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Wiring and Assembly (pathway 3) have been developed in collaboration with the sector skills council for engineering and employers within the engineering sector, using the most recent National Occupational Standards.
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Competence-based qualification in Automotive Engineering - Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Wiring and Assembly (L3) specification
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Qualification type:
National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)
Qualification title:
Pearson Edexcel Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Automotive Engineering (QCF) - Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Wiring and Assembly pathway
Level:
Level 3
Accreditation status:
Accredited
Guided Learning Hours (GLH):
393
Credits:
188
Qualification number (QN):
501/1986/2
Availability:
UK
First teaching:
2010
Last registration:
  • 30 September 2016
Final certification:
  • 30 September 2016

Competence-based qualification in Automotive Engineering - Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Wiring and Assembly (L3) specification
Download PDF | 2.9 MB
Qualification type:
National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)
Qualification title:
Pearson Edexcel Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma in Automotive Engineering (QCF) - Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Wiring and Assembly pathway
Level:
Level 3
Accreditation status:
Accredited
Guided Learning Hours (GLH):
516-642
Credits:
215
Qualification number (QN):
601/2539/1
Eligible for funding in England for:
16-18, 18+, 19+ (full level 2 or level 3 qualification), Apprenticeships
Availability:
UK
First teaching:
2014
Review date: ? This is the date by which we must have decided to extend, withdraw or replace a qualification.
  • 31 December 2016
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