7 weeks x 3 hours per week (6pm – 9pm)
Fully funded for anyone who lives in the West Midlands Combined Authority.
A basic understanding of electronics is desirable.
This course is targeted at adults working in the engineering & manufacturing sectors.
This course is designed to support individuals who are in work by offering them a range of core units, while allowing for the acquisition of some sector-specific skills and experiences through the specialist modules in each pathway.
The Introduction to Electronics and Instrumentation Control course is designed to allow learners to develop an understanding of electrical circuit systems and parameters, how to use electronic instruments to measure them and electronic devices to build and control these systems. The knowledge and skills developed can be used to support progression in the workplace and/or to higher level study.
Learners will gain an understanding of the principles of analogue and digital electronics which include the following:
Learners will leave with the work-based competences required by employers.
The progression routes from this course are: