The course covers both academic and practical elements and is divided into a total of six units: three AS units and three A2 units.
At AS Level you will study digital and analogue systems, circuits and components and a programmable control systems project.
At A2 Level you will study communications systems and systems applications, the final module being the design project where you will design and test an electronic system.
Updated March 2021
You would need to have achieved a Grade B in Maths and a Grade C in Science at GCSE.
This course has both practical and theoretical components. Four of the six components are assessed by external examination, the remaining two being internally assessed.
This course allows progression to higher education or vocational electronics training via an apprenticeship and will provide a firm foothold for students wishing to study electronics or engineering.