This course is designed to train you for entry and junior roles within the Engineering industry. There is a wide range of applications that will be suitable for manufacturing, quality and testing, system integration, production and more.
Next Intake: Monthly Intakes
On completion of this programme, you are guaranteed a place in our Degree programmes.
This course is recognized as equivalent to the first 1.5 years of a standard 3 year UK Honours degree.
Power or electricity is what keeps most of electronics alive. This module covers the calculation of power, energy, and the fundamentals of how it is generated and transmitted.
Before there was digital, all electronics communicated with continuously variable signals. This is called analogue. While most systems are digital these days, it is still important to remember the traditional.
After understanding analogue, digital circuits will be explored. These signals behave differently and are programmed and controlled differently. Analogue circuits will then have to be adapted to the digital world and design circuits with MultiSIM
Coding translates instructions to electronics . There are many languages out there but few engineers stray far from the core of the C-language. This will cover the basics, through to data, input and output, control, arrays, and database language.
Companies are now becoming more project-based than ever and people are expected to lead or function as part of a project team. This module will provides the skills and covers a wide variety of tools that every young technical profession should know, from conceptualization to closure of any projects.
This module will Introduce the Arduino microcontroller . This may no be exactly the same from the industry standard but it’s a great versatile piece of kit to start with. Attach it to sensors and actuators to learn how to make prototypes.
Engineering math is the language of engineers. This module covers differentiation, integration, complex numbers, matrix and determinatnts, differential equations, fourier, and power series.
Work in a group to design a working prototype . Create a project specification and participate in individual roles with time scales, and tasks. By the end of the module each group should have a working prototype to demonstrate.
Building on the previous base of mathematics, this will go further and cover Fourier transforms, laplace, Z-transforms, and linear differential equations.
Students undertake an internship at the end of this first course to ensure that they have a strong understanding of the demands of the work place. Internships are recommended to take place in Singapore and should last between 4 and 6 months.