I'm looking for some first hand advice and opinions from anyone who has completed or is currently studying a HNC Level4.
Thinking about making the leap as a few jobs I like the sound of ask for it.
I've been qualified as a spark for a little while now and am getting a bit bored and would...
I have been trying to do some reading up on my options for possibly doing a HNC next year. I had originally looked at doing a HNC in Electrical & Electronic Engineering as it seemed the most logical step forwards from my current qualifications as follows
Apprenticeship NVQ L3
Does anybody know where i could do the following sqa modules by distace learning.
1) DG3N34 Electronic Testing Skills
2) FY9T34 Analogue Electronic Principles
3) DG3C34 Combinational Logic
4) DG3G34 Electrical Networks and Resonance
5) DG2W35 Active Electronic Circuits
6) DG5834 Engineering...
I need some advise to continue developing my career
I moved to Edinburgh from Spain almost 2 years ago and as my english was rubish I couldn´t get any job on the electrical field, so I had to work as Bus valeter, cleaner and handyman.
Although I´m 27, I have 8 years exerience as...
Hello all (first time posting so apologies if this topic has came up before)
I am looking towards doing my electrical and electronic HNC through teeside open learning and have been told that you can use level 4+5 (compex,design) qualifications as a RPCL (recognition of prior certified learning)...
I am a qualified approved spark now working in estimating for the past few years. I have the option of completing a HNC paid by the company I work for on day release. But, what do I go for Building services or Electrical/electronics?
The company is commercial/industrial and completes...
I'm looking at furthering myself educationally. Have got 2394/95 and have been looking at both 2396 and HNC.
other than the cost and time of the HNC being a lot higher than 2396 what's people's opinions of each of them?
Hi, I'm currently in the 2nd year of my electrical engineering HNC and trying to complete my project but feel like I'm going in circles.
My premise is that I'm replacing 35 fluorescent lights that are energised for 24 hours per day for LED fittings and a new switching arrangement containing PIR...