|Start Date:||Duration:||Level:||Study mode:||Course location:||Course Type:|
|September||2 Years||4||Part-Time - Day||Washington Campus||University Level Qualification|
This higher-level course could support you in progressing your career within the construction and the built environment industry. A career in this sector makes a positive impact on society and a lasting contribution for people, places and communities. Further develop your skills, knowledge and qualities to further develop your career in this rewarding sector.
You will need a national certificate/diploma in Construction (or related subject area), or NVQ Level 3 in a construction craft and/or site experience, or extensive work experience (paid and/or unpaid) and/or achievement of a range of professional qualifications in your work.
|Study level||Cost||Additional fees|
|19+||2300.00 *subject to change||You will need to provide your own stationery. You could purchase books from the recommended reading list, however, they are available to borrow from the college’s Learning Centre. You could have the opportunity for relevant trips though none are mandatory.|
This course is classroom and theory-based, with the assessment carried out via a varied series of formal assignments, and individual and group-based presentations. Other methods used to deliver the course include lectures, workshops, tutorials, use of VLE.
The core units you will study are: Individual Project, Construction Technology, Science and Materials, Construction Practice and Management. Other units - Legal and Statutory Responsibilities in Construction, Construction Information (Drawing, Detailing, Specification), Principles of Alternative Energy and Principles of Refurbishment.
Our HE Academic Support Tutor can provide help with study skills, written English, academic writing, research skills, critical thinking and revision, assessment and examination skills.
You could progress to an HND top-up in a related subject area to achieve a Level 5 qualification.
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