This higher apprenticeship in construction management comprises Level 4 NVQ in the workplace and HNC Level 4 in Construction.
Developed by industry, employers, colleges, universities and sector skills councils, this apprenticeship will provide you with the opportunity to train to university level through a work-based learning programme in construction and civil engineering.
This programme will provide you with the advanced knowledge and skills to pursue a career in Construction or Civil Engineering.
You will apply critical reasoning and analysis techniques to solve industry related problems, and develop your personal and business skills to prepare you for the demands of a professional construction environment.
You will study modules that focus on areas such as science and materials, design principles and application, site surveying procedures, health and safety, and measuring, tendering and estimation.
Construction & Civil Engineering is a multi-billion pound industry that deals with developing and building anything from a housing estate to a bridge. Few industries are as wide-ranging, or offer so many different career routes.
This course combines study with practical learning on-the-job. You will attend college on a day-release basis while employed and working as an apprentice in the construction or civil engineering industry.
This apprenticeship is for site managers, site supervisors or individuals who work on construction sites. It covers topics such as health & safety, dimensional accuracy, storage operations, lifting operations and professional dvelopment.
Entry Criteria You will hold:
- A relevant BTEC Level 3 qualification in Construction or Civil Engineering
- Two relevant A-Levels
- An Access to Higher Education Certificate.
You will already be working in, or towards a role in:
- Architectural Technology
- Building Surveying
- Quantity Surveying
- Site Management
- Contracts Management
- Site Engineering
- Environment Management
- Structural Engineering
- Health and Safety Management
- Project Management.