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BTEC HNC in Building Services Engineering (Part-time)

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  • Fee
    £2750 per year
  • Duration of course 2 years (1 day per week)
  • Course type Part-time
  • This course is suitable for H.E. Students

What does the course include?

The course consists of ten units designed to give you a thorough understanding of the principles of Building Services Engineering:

  • design principles and application for construction and the built environment
  • application of scientific principles to building services engineering.
  • group project in the construction industry
  • health, safety and welfare for construction and the built environment
  • building management systems for building services engineering
  • electrical installation for building services engineering
  • electrical and electronic control principles for building services engineering
  • applied mathematics for construction and the built environment
  • low pressure hot warer for non-domestic buildings
  • thermo fluids and acoustic criteria for building services engineering

What do I need to get on to the course?

The course is more likely to benefit applicants already working in the industry, however each candidate will be assessed on previous experience and qualifications including:

  • BTEC Level 3 qualifications in Building Services Engineering or Civil Engineering
  • Relevant A Levels (e.g. Mathematics or Physics)
  • Work related experience and other Level 3 qualifications will be considered for mature applicants
  • Successful applicants are recommended to purchase the latest edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations.

The interview process

All candidates are interviewed by the programme manager. Qualification certificates and an employer reference should be made available at interview.

How is the course assessed?

Most assessment is through written coursework although there are some class-based tests and one group project. A typical unit may include two coursework assignments and one class-based open-book test.

Where does it lead?

The course provides a nationally recognised qualification for those employed in the Building Services industry and associated areas. Students on the course are encouraged to gain membership to the CIBSE or other relevant professional institutions.

Further study opportunities include HND and/or Degree level courses in Building Services Engineering.

Awarding body

EdExcel

Accommodation

The College does not have facilities to host students in-house. For guidance on finding London accommodation please contact our Student Advisors.

For further information please call 020 7258 2721, email customer.services@cwc.ac.uk or come to one of our Open Days.

Important Information

Please note that to ensure students get the best experience possible, our Higher Education courses will run subject to numbers. If we are unable to meet our minimum threshold, we will aim to direct you to a provider who has a similar offer. Please also ensure you are familar with our HE Terms and Conditions before you apply.