HND in Building Services Engineering (Electrical)


Course at a glance

Subject Area:

Building Services Engineering

Attendance:

Higher Education

Qualification:

BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma (HND)

Course Start:

September

Course Length:

1.5 - 2 years

Location:

North Street Campus

Cost:

Full-time
Year 1 - £540 x 8 modules = £4,320
Year 2 - £540 x 8 modules = £4,320
(includes BTEC registration fee)

Part-time
Year 1 - £540 x 3 modules = £1,620
(plus BTEC registration fee)
Year 2 - £540 x 5 modules = £2,700


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Entry requirements

You will need 32 UCAS points. A BTEC level 3 extended diploma, one A level at grade C or above or two A levels at grade E in a relevant subject,  such as maths, science and geography.

For the part-time HND top-up you will need to have successfully completed the HNC.


What would I learn at College?

The Level 5 BTEC Higher National Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment offers students the opportunity to develop a sound understanding of the principles in their specialist pathway. 

It is designed to support progression into employment or on to degree-level study. The course provides students with a more complex level of education and knowledge in the field of building services engineering.

The electrical pathway is aimed at students who hold a post in the design, specification or management with an electrical bias. Fifteen units are required to complete the HND. The electrical pathway has units specifically targeted to meet the needs of an electrical engineer.                           

Some of the units covered in the course include:     

  • Unit 1: Individual project (Pearson-set)
  • Unit 8: Mathematics for construction
  • Unit 9: Principles of heating services design & installation
  • Unit 10: Principles of ventilation and air conditioning design & installation
  • Unit 14: Building information modelling
  • Unit 22: Group project (Pearson-set)
  • Unit 32: Building management systems
  • Unit 33: Advanced electrical design & installation

Next steps

This course is designed to provide progression in to employment in the construction and the built environment sector or to a relevant degree course/apprenticeship.
Students could also gain membership with the relevant chartered institutes.

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Upcoming Open Events

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Tue 05 Feb

Open Event - 5 February

North Street Campus
LS2 7QT

5pm - 7pm

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Wed 20 Feb

Taster Day 20 February

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Taster Day 21 February

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