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Study engineering and you could be on the road to becoming a highly skilled engineer and able to work in a variety of engineering disciplines within the nuclear and energy sectors including power generation, decommissioning, nuclear new build, defence or renewable energy.
The Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering will give you the experience and recognised qualifications to pursue one of these career routes and will appeal to those with a keen interest in Engineering. You may want to combine this qualification with an A Level in maths.
You will study a combination of theory, applied theory and practical subjects across a broad range including:
The majority of subjects are internally assessed through assignments graded at Pass, Merit and Distinction depending on the quality of the work. Some units are externally assessed using different methods, either through time constrained exams or external controlled assessments.
The Diploma is equivalent to three A Levels and successful completion will provide progression on to Higher Education, a wide range of possible careers and Apprenticeships including Degree Apprenticeships. In partnership with the National College for Nuclear, degree pathways awarded by The University of the West of England and endorsed by our industry partners are available.
|Course Title||Engineering (Nuclear) Extended Diploma Level 3|
You need five GCSEs in the 9 to 4 range including maths (higher) at grade 5
Coming to college was daunting at first but the independence you gain is amazing. I have definitely developed as a person and become more adult due to the freedom we are given here, it really prepares you for the future.
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