You will be studying for this qualification part time over 4 years, 3 semesters per year in years 1 to 3 and 2 semesters in year 4. 

Your degree apprenticeship is a work based learning qualification comprised off-the-job and on the job learning. These elements are integrated so that you can relate and apply your learning into practice in the workplace and acquire the relevant knowledge, skills and behaviours you need to pass your End Point Assessment (EPA). This is an integrated EPA and you will take it as part of your final year of study.


  • Introduction to Nuclear Science and the Nuclear Industry
  • Electrical Engineering Principles 
  • Engineering Mathematics 1 
  • Mechanical Engineering and Design
  • Business Management
  • Engineering Materials and Manufacturing
  • Fluids and Thermodynamics (Nuclear)
  • Engineering Mathematics 2 (Nuclear)
  • Lifecycle and Maintenance Management in the Nuclear Industry
  • Corporate and Professional Responsibility (Nuclear)
  • Digital Manufacturing (Nuclear)
  • Structural Analysis and Reliability (Nuclear)
  • Control and Instrumentation Engineering (Nuclear)
  • Systems Engineering and Management
  • Technical Responsibility (Nuclear)
  • Engineering Leadership, Sustainability and Ethics
  • Innovation in Nuclear Design and Manufacture
  • Advance Manufacturing Technology and Systems (Nuclear)
  • Computational Mechanics and Performance (Nuclear)
  • Sensors and Embedded Systems (Nuclear)
  • End Point Assessment Synoptic Project and Competence Interview (Nuclear)
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