Course ID: 173358
Course Year: 24/25
The Higher National Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is designed to equip students with the key knowledge, understanding and practical skills required to work and progress in the electrical and electronic engineering sector. The course develops students as professional, self-reflecting individuals who are able to meet the demands of employers in the rapidly evolving engineering sector and adapt to a constantly changing world. The qualification also aims to widen access to higher education and enhance students' career prospects.
This course embeds the development of key skills throughout the programme. Students will develop attributes and strengths required by twenty-first century employers. On completion of this course, students may wish to progress to further study at Level 5 on the Higher National Diploma in Engineering.
The programme handbook for this course is available to applicants online:
This programme is delivered through in-person teaching. Should government guidance or public heath advice change in-year, students will be able to continue their studies with a blend of in-person and remote learning, supported by additional safety measures on campus.
How will I be taught?
The teaching and learning strategies used to promote these skills are developed through the programme outlined above. Analysis and problem-solving skills are developed through coursework and laboratory/workshop activities. Practical, research and design skills are developed through coursework, assignments and laboratory/workshop activities.
How will I be assessed?
The assessment of this course is through practical activities, activity write-ups, coursework/research reports and project reports and presentations.
Who is the course intended for?
The HNC Electrical and Electronic Engineering course at The City of Liverpool College University Centre is aimed at students wanting to continue their education through applied learning. It provides a wide-ranging study of the electronic engineering sector and is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in this sector. In addition to the skills, knowledge and techniques that underpin the study of the sector, the HNC course gives students experience of the breadth and depth of the sector that will prepare them for employment, progression within employment or further study.
Students may be required to purchase their own materials for any specialist projects they undertake as part of the course.
Please note: this course will only run when it has a sufficient number of applicants.
The City of Liverpool College has up-to-date equipment and software to complement or prepare students for work in engineering industries. Released students are encouraged to complete a work-based project. Where appropriate, the teaching is practically based.
The Academy Bakery is located on the Duke Street campus, producing a range of first class baked goods daily. These include artisan breads, patisserie and biscuits, as well as special occasion/novelty cakes by award-winning master-bakers. Students are offered a range of discounts throughout the year.The Academy Bakery
Duke Street is also home to The Academy Hair and Beauty salons. They offer generous student discounts on a wide range of hair and beauty treatments, at a fraction of high-street prices. These include styling, cutting, perming, highlights, facials, manicures, electrolysis and traditional and homeopathic massage.The Academy Salons
Duke Street campus is also home to the College’s Academy Restaurant. Often referred to by it’s customers as Liverpool’s hidden gem, the restaurant serves top class cuisine, at highly competitive prices. Food is expertly prepared by professional chef/tutors and young chefs in training and offers students a range of discounts at different times of the year.The Academy Restaurant
When you become a student of the College you’ll receive full access to Microsoft Office 365. This allows you to install the software on your own computer and other devices at home, completely free of charge.
The college has excellent sports and fitness facilities at its Roscoe Street campus. Students pay a one-off membership fee for all year round usage of weekly supervised gym sessions, as well as access to a number of sporting clubs and events.
• BTEC Level 3 qualification in Engineering
• A GCE Advanced Level profile that demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. This profile is likely to be supported by GCSE grades at A* to C (or equivalent)
• Other related Level 3 qualifications
• An Access to HE Certificate awarded by an approved further
• Related work experience
• An international equivalent of the above
Applicants should hold a total UCAS Tariff points score from relevant qualifications of at least 96 points.
If you are unsure of the entry requirements, or if you don't meet the criteria, please contact our Careers Advice and Guidance team who will be happy to help you find the best option for you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 252 3607.
This course is only available to learners aged 18 and over. Fees are payable by all students unless sponsored by an employer, but you may qualify for a student loan through Student Finance England towards the cost of your course and living costs. Find out more at https://www.gov.uk/student-finance, or contact our HE team at HEoffice@liv-coll.ac.uk.
Fee for24/25 is 7400.00
In future years we anticipate increasing this fee in line with the annual inflation level (capped at RPI All Items Excluding Mortgage Interest (RPIX)).