BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering)
Introducing the Staff
- Program manager: Asst.Prof.Dr.Chatrpol Pakasiri
Asst.Prof.Dr.Chatrpol Pakasiri is responsible for all Manufacturing Engineering courses within King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang. If you have any concerns that cannot be answered by another member of staff, then please see him.
- Lead Verifier: Dr.Lertsak Lekawat
Dr.Lertsak Lekawat is also responsible for the overall quality of the course and will be verifying the course for you. Staff will liaise with Dr.Lertsak Lekawat and if you have an appeal that reaches stage 2, Dr.Lertsak Lekawat will respond.
- Course assessors: You will be studying a variety of units and these will be led by different tutors. They will tell you which units they are responsible for and the assessment dates that you need to adhere too.
- Asst.Prof.Dr.Rachsak Sakdanuphab
- Dr.Lertsak Lekawat
- Asst.Prof.Dr.Chatrpol Pakasiri
- Assoc.Prof.Dr.Mongkol Mongkolwongroj
- Asst.Prof.Dr.Kamol Wasapinyokul
- Asst.Prof.Dr.Jatuporn Thongsri
- Assoc.Prof.Dr. Chanon Warisarn
- Asst.Prof.Dr. Worawut Makcharoen
- Asst.Prof.Dr. Anakkapon Saenthon
- Dr.Santhad Chuwongin
- Dr.Komgrit Jaksukam
At Level 4 students develop a broad knowledge and awareness of key aspects of the engineering sector through four core units, including one unit assessed by a Pearson-set assignment. The core units are:
- Unit 1: Engineering Design
- Unit 2: Engineering Mathematics
- Unit 3: Engineering Science
- Unit 4: Managing a Professional Engineering Project*.
*Unit 4: Managing a Professional Engineering Project is also the Pearson-set assignment unit.
For the Manufacturing Engineering pathway, students take the four mandatory core units, two specialist units and an additional two optional units.
- Qualification credit value: a minimum of 120 credits. This is made up of eight units, each with a value of 15 credits.
- Total Qualification Time (TQT) Higher National Certificate (HNC) = 1,200 hours
- Total Guided Learning Hours (GLH) Higher National Certificate (HNC) = 480 hours
- There is a required mix of core, specialist and optional units totalling 120 credits. All units are at Level 4.
- Integrated lecture and practice sessions held primarily face-to-face
- Classes are held in the evening Mon - Fri 17:00-19:00
- Typical course length is 4 semesters (2 years)