NVQ and competence-based qualifications Marine Engineering - Yacht and Boat Electrical-Electronic Installation (L3)

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Our Edexcel Level 3 NVQ qualifications in Marine Engineering - Yacht and Boat Electrical-Electronic Installation (pathway 15) 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 Marine Engineering - Yacht and Boat Electrical/Electronic Installation (L3) specification
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Qualification type:
National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)
Qualification title:
Pearson Edexcel Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Marine Engineering (QCF) - Yacht and Boat Electrical-Electronic Installation pathway
Level:
Level 3
Accreditation status:
Accredited
Guided Learning Hours (GLH):
484-512
Credits:
220
Qualification number (QN):
501/1526/1
Availability:
UK
First teaching:
2010
Review date: ? This is the date by which we must have decided to extend, withdraw or replace a qualification.
  • Thu Dec 31 00:00:00 GMT 2020

Competence-based qualification in Marine Engineering - Yacht and Boat Electrical/Electronic Installation (L3) specification
Download PDF | 2.7 MB
Qualification type:
National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)
Qualification title:
Pearson Edexcel Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma in Marine Engineering (QCF) - Yacht and Boat Electrical-Electronic Installation pathway
Level:
Level 3
Accreditation status:
Accredited
Guided Learning Hours (GLH):
607-761
Credits:
247
Qualification number (QN):
601/2542/1
Eligible for funding in England for:
19+ (full level 2 or level 3 qualification)
Availability:
UK
First teaching:
2014
Last registration:
  • Sat Dec 31 16:23:23 GMT 2016
Final certification:
  • Tue Dec 31 16:23:27 GMT 2019
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