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ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

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Programme Overview

The City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Engineering – Electrical & Electronic Technology is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of electrical and electronic engineering principles, practices, and technologies. This diploma program prepares students for entry-level roles in various sectors of the engineering industry, including manufacturing, construction, maintenance, and telecommunications.

To achieve this Level 2 Diploma in Engineering – Electrical & Electronic Technology, learners must achieve 6 units with a total credit value of 42 from the following units:

  • Unit 201 Working in engineering
  • Unit 202 Principles of engineering technology
  • Unit 221┬áPrinciples of electrical and electronics technology
  • Unit 211 Maintaining electrical wiring support systems
  • Unit 222 Maintaining electrical equipment and systems
  • Unit 223 Wiring and testing electrical circuits

Unit Breakdown

Unit 201 Working in engineering
Level: 2
Credit value: 7

Unit aim

This unit will encourage candidates to find out about working in engineering. It will cover the underpinning basic skills and knowledge needed to function in engineering or manufacturing sectors.

It will cover the need to recognize and use safe working practices, consideration of the environment and working effectively as a part of a team. It includes the methods of communication that engineers use in their everyday.

Learning outcomes

There are four learning outcomes to this unit.

The learner will:
1. Know engineering health and safety requirements
2. Know effective methods of communication
3. Understand drawings and specifications
4. Know about working in engineering

Unit 202 Principles of engineering technology
Level: 2
Credit value: 7

Unit aim

This unit is concerned with the basic principles of mathematics and science, along with the materials technology that underpin engineering applications. It covers common applied engineering calculations and materials selection in terms of types, common forms of supply, properties and methods of changing their properties.

Learning outcomes

There are four learning outcomes to this unit.

The learner will:
1. Know requirements for materials in engineering
2. Know properties of engineering materials
3. Know how to apply analytical methods to engineering mathematical applications
4. Know how to apply analytical methods to engineering science applications

Unit 211 Maintaining electrical wiring support systems

Level: 2
Credit value: 7

Unit aim

The unit covers the skills required to carry out the installation/maintenance of electric wiring support systems, including conduit, trunking and traywork systems.

Learning outcomes

There are three learning outcomes to this unit.

The learner will:

1. Be able to plan and prepare for electrical wiring support systems
2. Be able to install and repair electrical support systems
3. Be able to commission the system

Unit 221 Principles of electrical and electronics technology

Level: 2
Credit value: 7

Unit aim

This unit is concerned with Electrical and Electronic Technology required for working with lighting, heating and power circuits. The learner will have a basic understanding of units, terminology and applications associated with Electrical and Electronics technology. Learning outcomes

There are three learning outcomes to this unit.

The learner will:

1. Know the basic units used in electrotechnology
2. Know the application of electrotechnology
3. Be able to identify the characteristics of an electrical circuit

Unit 222 Maintaining electrical equipment and systems

Level: 2
Credit value: 7

Unit aim

The unit is concerned with the process and equipment essential for the maintenance of electrical engineering equipment up to 400v. The learner will be able to prepare and carry out maintenance on a range of electrical systems and equipment.

Learning outcomes

There are two learning outcomes to this unit.

The learner will:

1. Be able to prepare for maintaining electrical systems/equipment
2. Be able to carry out the maintenance of electrical systems/equipment

Unit 223 Wiring and testing electrical circuits

Level: 2
Credit value: 7

Unit aim

The unit is concerned with the process and equipment essential to the wiring and testing of electrical circuits connected to a 230/400v installation. Learning outcomes

There are two learning outcomes to this unit.

The learner will:

1. Be able to assemble components and prepare for wiring and testing of electrical circuits

2. Be able to carry out the wiring of electrical circuits

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DURATION: 3 ACADEMIC SEMESTERS

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