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Electronic & Control Engineering: Foundation Degree

2 years

In your first year, you will cover important subjects such as maths, science and management that give you the perfect foundations for further study. You will learn about health and safety principles, robot technology, programmable logic controllers and different processes of design. Your first year also covers an Analogue and Digital Electronics module looking at transistor theory, operational amplifiers, power supplies, and combinational and sequential logic.

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Electronic Engineering Diploma Level 2

This course is suitable for you if you enjoy a challenge. You will gain the skills you need to gain employment in some of the skills shortages areas around the installation of new products. You can specialise in consumer and commercial electronics or domestic electrical appliances. There is also a signal reception pathway for those who install television reception equipment.

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Electronics & Communications Engineering: Foundation Degree

2 years

In your first year, you will study subjects such as maths, management, electrical principles and analogue and digital electronics to give you a good grounding in the industry. You will then develop your knowledge and cover a wide range of topics. You will carry out electronic design, solve engineering problems, construct, simulate and test electronic circuits and undertake a project of commercial significance.

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Engineering Certificate: Level 1

This introductory course offers you a wonderful opportunity to experience a very practical engineering programme which consists of both mechanical and electrical engineering. The experienced staff are here to help you succeed and take advantage of the many apprenticeship opportunities that become available on successful completion of this programme.

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Engineering Diploma: Level 1

A high percentage of this qualification is delivered in the workshop environment. In addition to learning the practical aspects of engineering and how to use the equipment you will be taught how to work safely and effectively. There is some theory to be learnt, most of this is done through completion of practical activities and discussion with your course tutor.

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Engineering Diploma: Level 2

There will be a number of practical activities in the workshop using hand tools, lathes and mills. This is a practical hands on course. You will cover subjects like working safely in an engineering environment, working efficiently and effectively in engineering, using and communicating technical information, producing components using hand fitting techniques, preparing and using lathes for turning operations and preparing and using milling machines.

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Engineering Diploma: Level 3

You will learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations, activities and demands. You will have the opportunity to study both Mechanical and Electrical/Electronic Engineering as the modern workplace requires you to have an understanding of both of these areas. You will then have a grounding in general engineering which means you will then be able to make an informed choice about which specialist path you want to follow in any further study.

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FdSc Food Manufacture (Operations Management)

2.5 years

Shaped by major food industry employers, the Food Manufacture (Operations Management) degree aims to prepare students for key operational roles within the sector, where there is demand for highly skilled managers.

This course can be studied at Foundation (FdSc) or Bachelor’s (BSc) level http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/fdsopmub

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FdSc Food Manufacture (Quality Assurance and Technical Management)

2.5 years

Developed in collaboration with employers in the food manufacturing industry, this course aims to provide students with the opportunity to develop expert knowledge in quality assurance, factory processes, product development and management specific to the food sector.

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Food & Drink Advanced Process Operator Apprenticeship

3 - 4 years

The food and drink industry is dynamic, fast-paced and high-tech – not to mention well paid. With plenty of exciting opportunities for progression, and roles that require varying levels of responsibility, your career path could go in one of many directions. It’s really down to you.

As an Advanced Process Operator, you can work in any part of the industry and you will develop an in-depth knowledge of food and drink products, health and safety systems, quality systems and good manufacturing processes.

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