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2010/1 Module Catalogue
Module Provider: Electronic Engineering Short Name: EEP.M3
Level: P Module Co-ordinator: ILLINGWORTH J Prof (Elec Eng)
Number of credits: 15 Number of ECTS credits: 7.5
Module Availability

Non-teaching year

Assessment Pattern

Components of Assessment
Percentage Weighting
Placement log
Diligence in providing the formal papers (Agreements, 2-monthly reports, Training Programme etc.)

Module Overview

90 credits at level 2, unless the Student Progress and Assessment Board allows a student to progress with 80 credits.

Module Aims

Develop skills in keeping a log, both technical and with respect to wider personal and professional experience

Learning Outcomes

At the end of their training, students should be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the need to produce formal paperwork
  • Ability to keep accurate records
  • Show that documents, forms and reports are submitted in a timely fashion
Module Content

A log or logs (in some Companies the technical and personal logs must be kept separately; in other cases this is at the discretion of the student, but is to be recommended) must be kept for the whole duration of the placement. Other papers must be dealt with as specified.

The Visiting Tutor will check the log on each visit. The Professional Training Secretary of the School will keep a record of other documentation; therefore it is essential that all papers be sent to her, and not to the Visiting Tutor or to any other member of staff of the University.

A mark will be given on a 4 point scale (A – well above average, B – average, C – below average, but acceptable, F – not acceptable) on the occasion of each visit and an average calculated. 20% of the final total will be given for diligence in providing the formal papers (Agreements, 2-monthly reports, Training Programme etc.) required.

Methods of Teaching/Learning
Selected Texts/Journals

Not applicable

Last Updated

15 August 2006