NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations - Electronic

Electrical Engineering | Level 2

NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations - Electronic


This practical skills course is designed for those who wish to gain fundamental skills and knowledge in Electronic Engineering and provides part of the framework for a level 2 apprenticeship.

Electrical Engineering

Entry requirements

At least 4 GCSEs or equivalent at Grade D (new grading 3), including English and/or maths. Or, Pass/Merit in a relevant full Level 1 vocational programme (a minimum of Merit for BTEC courses), and working at Functional Skills Level 1 maths/IT as appropriate to course.


If you are a school leaver, aged 16-18, (under the age of 19 on or before 31st August 2018), you do not pay tuition fees or examination and registration fees. Our financial support service, known as ‘College Pays’, is designed to assist students with the costs involved with studying at College. Depending on your circumstances, we have different levels of support.

Find out more at our School Leavers Financial Support page.

Progression and Careers

Upon completion of this course, you will have the basic skills required to gain employment within the industry. Alternatively, you may decide to progress on to an advanced apprenticeship or further study at level 3.

Where you will study

Princess Drive


1 Year (36 Weeks)

What you will study

  • Wiring and Testing Electrical Equipment
  • Assembling and Testing Electronic Circuits
  • Producing Electrical or Electronic Engineering Drawings using a CAD System
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You can look into careers in Electrical Engineering , by visiting National Careers Service website

National Careers Service: Job Profiles

The Job Profiles search will give you information on the following:

  • the skills and qualifications needed to get into that job
  • what the work would be like
  • the pay you could expect
  • what the career prospects are


To apply for NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations - Electronic , use the online application form or call 0151 477 5850 for more information.

Once your application has been processed, you will be contacted and given a date for your Interview Evening. Learner Services Advisers and course tutors will be available to speak with you and provide advice, guidance and information about College life.