BTEC Level 3 National Engineering Student Book

Resources to accompany the 2010 specification


This Student Book is written for the Edexcel BTEC Level 3 National Engineering QCF specification for first teaching from September 2010.

The Student Book for the 2010 specification BTEC Level 3 National Engineering, gives students a work-focused, approachable textbook, with all the assignment help learners need to fulfil their potential.

Unit 1  Health and safety in the engineering workplace

Unit 2  Communications for technicians

Unit 3  Engineering project

Unit 4  Mathematics for engineering technicians

Unit 5  Mechanical principles and applications

Unit 6  Electrical and electronic principles

Unit 7  Business operations in engineering

Unit 10 Properties and applications of engineering materials

Unit 16 Engineering drawing for technicians

Unit 35 Principles and applications of electronic devices and circuits

  • Covers all mandatory and 4 optional units , giving you the breadth to tailor the course to your learners’ needs and interests.
  • Setting a new standard in usability for BTEC Engineering: Visually-appealing learner-friendly format, specially designed for your learners. 
  • Achieve your potential: Assessment activities in each unit give students the opportunity to practice for their assignments and deepen their knowledge and understanding. 
  • Put yourself in the professionals’ shoes: WorkSpace case studies take your learners into the real world of work, showing them how they can apply their knowledge in a real-life context. 
  • Advice from former students: showing your learners how to make their BTEC experience a stepping stone to success.

Author Team:

Andy Boyce, Ernie Cooke, Robert Jones, Bill Mantovani, David Roberts and Bryan Weatherill

All have many years' experience of teaching Engineering in Schools and Colleges and have helped to develop educational resources, publications and tutor training programmes.

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Product details

Production date:August 2010