Analytical Methods (CORF143)
Work-Based Experience (CORF154)
Marine Control and Instrumentation Systems (CORF160)
To develop the learners understanding of the design and implementation of control and instrumentation systems equipment into private and commercial vessels.
Engineering Science (CORF144)
Naval Architecture (CORF145)
Maritime Electrical Systems (CORF1012)
This module builds upon level 3 electrical theories and circuit analysis. It considers the development and use of electrical power with a particular focus on marine applications. It covers generation, storage, distribution and use of electrical power on board ship.
Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems Design and Management (CORF1013)
This module introduces and extends the learners knowledge and understanding of fluid power systems in modern industry. Learners will study pneumatic and hydraulic circuit symbols and diagrams and consider circuit designs. They will also examine the characteristics and selection of components and equipment and evaluate relevant industrial applications of pneumatics and hydraulics.
3-D Computer Aided Design (CORF1023)
This module will equip the learner with the necessary advanced CAD parametric modelling skills that industry demands to meet the requirements of current industry standards. Learners should be able to produce and edit 2D shapes prior to starting this unit. Learners will investigate a CAD software package so as to be able to generate complex assemblies of structures.
Engineering Business Management Techniques (CORF1024)
This module will introduce learners to the means by which engineering companies and other organisations will apply management processes to the planning of resources, equipment and personnel aligned with business costing techniques with an appreciation of those key functions that underpin effective financial planning and control with due regard to current financial legislation within the United Kingdom.
Marine Composite Engineering (CORF1025)
This module will develop the student’s understanding of the materials and structural properties of materials used in the composite industries, and experience a range of common manufacturing/processing methods
Project Management Techniques (CORF1026)
The module will enable learners to develop an understanding of what constitutes a project and the role of a project manager. Through study and practical application, they will examine the criteria for the success or failure of a project and review the elements involved in project management, termination and appraisal.
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