Series Name

BTEC First in Engineering Student Book

Part of the Course Materials series

Price
£25.00
ISBN
9781446902431
Availability
Available
Publication Date
June 2013
Format
Book

Resources for BTEC First in Engineering from September 2012

Our Full edition Student Book covers all the core and mandatory units for the Award, Certificate and Extended Certificate, and a wide selection of optional units for all sizes of the qualification.

  • Each unit is presented in topics to ensure the content is accessible and engaging for learners
  • Covers of all the underpinning knowledge and understanding needed at Level 2 to ensure that learners are fully prepared for the course.
  • Activities in each unit provide support and clear direction for learners, and can be used in the classroom or for independent work. 
  • New Assessment Zone guides learners through both internal and external assessment.
  • Assessment activities and grading tips help learners to achieve their potential in internally assessed units.

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Learn more about our BTEC First in Engineering Award Student Book.

Contents Listing

Unit 1: The Engineered World

Unit 2: Investigating an Engineered Product

Unit 5: Engineering Materials

Unit 6: Computer-aided Engineering

Unit 7: Machining Techniques

Unit 8: Electronic Circuit Design and Construction

Unit 9: Interpreting and Using Engineering Information

Unit 10: Mathematics for Engineering

Unit 11: Electrical and Mechanical Science for Engineering 

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