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HNC in Construction & Surveying (part-time)

University of Bolton
Campus Part time 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

The Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Construction and Surveying is a broad-based course, designed to give you the relevant vocational knowledge and skills for a career in any sector of the construction industry. There is a strong vocational emphasis to the course which is underpinned by a relevant amount of theoretical study. Successful completion of the HNC may help you to move from a craft role in the industry to either a technical or... [+]

Course Studies in Building Services in North West England in United Kingdom. Construction & Surveying - HNC (part-time) The Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Construction and Surveying is a broad-based course, designed to give you the relevant vocational knowledge and skills for a career in any sector of the construction industry. There is a strong vocational emphasis to the course which is underpinned by a relevant amount of theoretical study. Successful completion of the HNC may help you to move from a craft role in the industry to either a technical or professional career. About the course You will be taught using a mix of methods including studio, field, laboratory and project work, lectures, seminars and tutorials. Assessment methods include coursework, project work and time-controlled assessments. The course includes inter disciplinary group project work which simulates the process of a construction project from start to finish. On the project, you will carry out a defined role as a member of the construction team and work with a number of other construction specialists. Members of our dedicated staff team, who have all worked in a professional capacity in the construction industry, provide a high level of support. The department has excellent contacts with the construction industry and teaching staff are active members of the industry’s professional bodies. Special features The department is friendly and offers excellent levels of student care. You will have access to the university’s unique Design Studio which contains the latest CAD software and hardware and other specialist facilities. Following successful completion of the HNC you will be able to progress to one of the University’s BSc (Hons) degrees in Architectural Technology, Building Surveying & Property Management, Construction Management and Quantity Surveying & Commercial Management. What you will learn This course gives you the technical, practical and personal skills needed to develop your professional career in the construction industry. You will learn about construction design and technology, health and safety, the management of construction projects and the regulations and law relating to land and property. What you will study Level HE4 (Year 1) Core modules: Construction Core Skill; Construction Technology; Construction Law. Level HE4 (Year 2) Core modules: Construction, Surveying and Measurement; Construction Science and Materials; Integrated Project. You will study a total of six 20 credit modules at Level HE4 giving a total of 120 credits. Entry requirements 80 UCAS points from at least one A2-level (or equivalent) in any subjects. NVQ Level 3 in craft or administration studies. Mature students with the appropriate work experience may be considered subject to interview with Programme Leader You should also have four GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent) in any subjects. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]

FdSc in Construction & Surveying (full-time)

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

The FdSc Construction & Surveying is a broad-based course that will give you the relevant vocational knowledge and skills for a career in any sector of the construction industry. There is a strong vocational emphasis to the course that is underpinned by a relevant amount of theoretical study. Successful completion of the foundation degree allows advanced entry to the University's suite of construction and surveying related BSc (Hons)... [+]

Construction & Surveying - FdSc full-time The FdSc Construction & Surveying is a broad-based course that will give you the relevant vocational knowledge and skills for a career in any sector of the construction industry. There is a strong vocational emphasis to the course that is underpinned by a relevant amount of theoretical study. Successful completion of the foundation degree allows advanced entry to the University's suite of construction and surveying related BSc (Hons) programmes. Alternatively, the qualification may help you move into a technical or professional career in the construction industry. About the course You will be taught using a mixture of methods, including studio, field, laboratory, and project work, lectures, seminars, tutorials and industry work experience. Assessment methods include coursework, project work, time controlled assessments and examinations. The course includes interdisciplinary group projects that simulate the process of a construction project. During each project you will carry out a defined role as a member of the construction team and work with a number of other construction specialists. To advance your learning experience and increase your employability, you will also undertake a two week work experience placement with a construction industry employer. Members of our dedicated staff team, who have all worked in a professional capacity in the construction industry, provide a high level of support, and you will be allocated a personal tutor for the duration of your studies. The department has excellent contacts with the construction industry and teaching staff are active members of the industry's professional bodies. Special features The department is friendly and offers excellent levels of student care and pastoral support. You will be allocated a personal tutor and be able to call on the subject area's student liaison officer throughout your studies. You will have access to the University’s unique design studio that contains the latest CAD software and hardware along with other specialist facilities. You will be given the opportunity to spend two weeks on an industrial placement experiencing the realities of your chosen specialism in the construction industry. Following successful completion of the foundation degree you will be given the opportunity to progress onto one of the University’s accredited BSc (Hons) degrees in your preferred specialism. What you will learn This course gives you the technical, practical and personal skills needed to develop your professional career in the construction industry. You will learn about construction design and technology, health and safety, the management of construction projects, and the regulations and law relating to land and property. What you will study Level 1 Year 1 modules are: Construction Core Skills; Construction Technology; Construction Law; Construction Surveying and Measurement; Building Science and Materials; and Integrated Project. Level 2 Modules include: Building and Sustainable Technology; Project Management; Work Related Project; Work Experience; CAD. Entry requirements 100 UCAS points from at least one A2-level (or equivalent) in any subjects. You should also have four GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent) in any subjects. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]