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  • Programme Code:
    SB11
    Provider:
    Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
    Duration:
    This programme will be 12 months in duration, commencing in January 2016. This course will take place on a part-time basis and classes will be a mix of day-time and evening-time, approximately 10 hours per week. The course will take place over a 12 month period and there will be 6 modules in total. There will be a 3 month work placement included.
    Campus:
    Moylish
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    Programme Aims:
    This Certificate is based on a suite of modules from the Institutes existing Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) in Manufacturing Technology (Level 7) which is targeted at providing key transferrable skills for skilled technicians.

    Entry Requirement
    Applicants must meet the following minimum entry requirements:

    1. National Certificate in Technology with specialisation in Manufacturing or Maintenance Technology at pass level, or
    2. National Certificate in Engineering with specialisation in Electronics, Mechanical, manufacturing, industrial, computer, electrical, or production engineering, or equivalent, at Pass level, or
    3. Qualifications and level performances equivalent to above (NQAI Level 6 Qualification), or
    4. Prior experiential learning and/or experience deemed to meet the criteria for an award at level 6 as set out on the NQAI framework.

    Examinations
    Students will be assessed by means of assessments and examinations for each module.

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This programme is part supported by the Irish government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020​​

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