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Home Study Courses
Home learning courses what to do with them.
Am thinking about doing another course last year completed the engineering drawing and design course which is roughly 100 hours of study which covered alot of the mechanical side to things but it didnt cover electronics.
The reason why havent progressed with this engineering course now that have an diploma is that cant get to grips with the maths side to it trigonometry calculus and alot of equations and formulas.
Looking through the catalogue there is a number of really good courses in the technical side another is Electronic Engineering which covers

AC and DC theory
Electrochemistry and Electrostatics and Electromagnesim.
Generators and Transformers
Transistor and Semi conductors Theory
Radio Transmission Reception and Servicing.


This is taking it in another direction but again it has pre requisities have at least an A level in maths.
So taking a maths course would be the next step am guessing but am thinking that can get more of a foot in the door in the Electronics industry then the C A D (computer aided design) angle which seems is all based on experience and again being engineering maths is the fundamental part of it.
However it seems that doesnt matter what qualification have these days its all about the experience.
Just want some direction as am stuck now as what to do.

Another issue is that its not actually a city and guilds its a ICS ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING DIPLOMA.
Which isnt the same but the equivalent.
City and guilds normally means external exams required.

There are A level maths courses but again am wanting it all now thats the problem.
 
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