The BTEC accredited Higher National Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering delivers knowledge and skills in a broad range of specialist areas of manufacturing engineering and is suited to those who would like a career in the manufacturing/biopharma and the medical devices industries or those that want to up-skill in this area..
The BTEC Higher National Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering is available on a part-time basis over a one-year period. It provides education and training of manufacturing principals and management to engineers, operators and technicians in the areas of manufacturing systems and processes. It allows for the development of key work-related skills which are transferable to a variety of technical work, such as work in: manufacturing systems design, manufacture, maintenance and technical services and in the areas of the electronic, mechanical and automotive engineering industries. The course provides opportunities for everyone to achieve a nationally recognised vocationally specific qualification and may also provide opportunities to progress to higher education qualifications such as a full- or part-time degrees. It also provides opportunities for learners to focus on the development of the higher level skills in a technological and management context and provides chances for the learners to develop a range of skills and techniques to develop their own performance in a working life environment. This is by means of developing their range of skills and techniques, personal qualities and attributes and thereby enabling learners to make an immediate contribution to employment at the appropriate professional level upon completion of the course.
This course runs two evenings per week. Specific timetables are available on request.
Directly through our website griffith.ie.
Please contact the Programme Director, Bridget Murphy, for current fee information.
Option to further your studies with our Level 6 Higher National Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering (BTEC) programme available at our Limerick campus.
Graduates of the Higher National Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering will have the ability for progression within their chosen fields of Manufacturing Engineering or across all various other industries, including the manufacturing (traditional and modern), and services sectors. It also allows the development of key work-related skills which are transferable to a variety of types of management and technical work, such as work in: manufacturing systems design, manufacture, maintenance and technical services areas of the electronic, mechanical and the automotive engineering industries to name just a few.