Engineering Systems Maintenance / Engineering Systems Maintenance

Mechanical and Electrical tradespersons

All Companies face increasing pressure to cut costs and improve profitability as they strive to be successful in global markets. Maintenance is key to this success as it contributes significantly to maximising asset life, minimising lifecycle costs, risk management, project management, financial management, safety management, environmental management and all while staying focused on organisational goals. 

Engineering Systems Maintenance allows graduates to work in a mechanical / manufacturing / electrical engineering maintenance environment in high-tech multi-national companies as well as traditional indigenous industries and public utilities

Maths, Computer Software Applications, Communications, Power Conditioning, Maintenance Principles of Power Transmission, Electro-Technology, Applied Engineering Science ,Applied Engineering Materials, Programmable Logic Controllers, Facilities Operation Maintenance & Efficiency ,Maintenance & Asset Management ,Instrumentation, Maintenance Diagnostic Systems, Computer Aided Design, Electrical Service Plant , Reliability, Availability, Maintainability & Supportability, Electrical Facilities Maintenance, Mechatronics, Business Management, Metrology & Quality, Computurised Plant Maintenance, Project

3 nights per week, Monday - Wednesday 7pm to 10pm (some classes may commence at 6.30pm) 

TU Code

TU

Level

7

Award

BEngTech

Duration

4 years

Course Type

Undergraduate

Mode of Study

Part Time

Method of Delivery

Classroom

Commencement Date

September 2020

Location

City Centre: Bolton Street

Fees

Fees

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Pat Duke - Programme Chair

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Miriam Daly