Some electronics courses may look at computation structures or autonomous robots. The graduate school exists to provide a stimulating and enriching environment for postgraduate students. Please do not send card or bank details via email. Please monitor the NMEA website for more information. Dept of Engineering Science (Retired Lecturer) The online material gives you introductory and overview material and places your studies in context. Op-Amps: Introduction to the ideal op-amp and its applications, Unit 4. If you would like to discuss your application or any part of the application process before applying, please click Contact Us at the top of this page. We aim to open the online learning course website a couple of days before the course begins so you'll have the chance to familiarise yourself with the course environment. It also serves as a useful reference source. Students should normally have a reasonable proficiency in school maths and science. Advanced MEI and Advanced NMEA 2000® Installer Training Pre-requisites: NMEA Training Classes Cancellation Policy: 846 Ritchie Highway, L4, Severna Park, MD USA 21146. Electronics Courses The electronics courses are certified through the London City & Guilds of London Institute. FETs and Thyristors, Unit 10. Review: with further applications. The course material will remain available without tutor support for six weeks after the course finishes. The Department has an active interdisciplinary research community, particularly with respect to public engagement and practitioner-based initiatives which build on the research interests of our academic staff and over 80 research students. The Course Administrator will then email you an invoice. If you intend to access the course on a public computer, such as in a public library or internet café, we recommend that you contact TALL before applying. Based upon our popular two-day Overview of Electronics course, this new online course will introduce you to the basic ideas, the ABCs, behind electronic circuits. Study to GCSE-level is sufficient for most of the course, though study to A-level will enable a full understanding of the more advanced topics. This course is intended for individuals with little/some prior knowledge of electrical/electronic engineering who want to get a feeling for the subject and for individuals whose knowledge is “rusty” or out of date. This course is delivered online; to participate you must to be familiar with using a computer for purposes such as sending email and searching the Internet. Choose from distance learning certificate courses, self-paced courses with labs, and DVD training. The course is kept together by means of discussion forums where you communicate with your tutor and other students on the course. As well as online access to the course itself we also supply you with a textbook and access to an expert tutor to guide you. Most of our undergraduate programmes are part-time and designed to fit in with other commitments. We offer a 10% discount to students in full-time higher education. This is an online course. NOTE: Due to COVID 19, NMEA has shifted to monthly virtual training events until further notice. Ohms' Law: The linear relationship of Voltage & Current and the concept of resistance. From undergraduate certificates to Master's and DPhil (PhD). This course is intended for individuals with limited prior knowledge of electrical/electronic engineering. This is split into around 7 or so sections per week which might typically take about 10/15 minutes to read and will then guide you to specific sections of the textbook for more detail and for problems to tackle, or ask you to undertake other activities such as assignments.