BTEC Firsts Engineering Electronics and Computer Control Technologies (2014)
Here you’ll find support for teaching and studying our specialist BTEC First Award in Engineering Electronics and Computer Control Technologies. Through a combination of practical experience and written assignments, this vocational qualification provides level 2 learners with the knowledge, skills and understanding needed for a career in the sector.
Units include the engineered world, electrical and electronic circuit construction and testing, and computer applications in engineering.
- Qualification type:
- BTEC First
- Qualification title:
- Pearson BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Award in Engineering Electronics and Computer Control Technologies
- Qualification framework:
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- Level 1/2
- Accreditation status:
- Guided Learning Hours (GLH):
- Total Qualification Time (TQT):
- Qualification number (QN):
- Eligible for funding in England for:
Pre-16 (EFA funding),
16-18 (EFA funding)
- UK only
- First teaching:
- Last registration:
- 31 December 2019
- Final certification:
- 31 December 2021
Why choose this specification?
We've developed this qualification to inspire learners to consider a career in the engineering industry, and:
- give them the opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding of, and develop skills in, the engineering industry
- support progression to a specialised level 3 vocational or academic course, to an Apprenticeship, or to employment in a wide range of junior job roles across the engineering industry, such as Service Technician or Product Design Engineer.
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