In summary…

Course Length

up to 2 years part-time

Course Starts

September 2019

Tuition Fees*

HNC fee is £3500 p.a.

Location

King's Lynn Campus

*more information on fees and additional costs available on the finance page.

This course is for those who wish to develop a professional approach to construction - both on and off-site. Students who have been on the course previously have come from employment areas such as design, site management, quality surveying, surveying and craft areas. The construction department has over 30 years of experience in delivering HE programmes and has always given a high profile to this part of its provision. The course offers a flexible, modular driven programme, which provides students with high quality learning experiences.

Our programme directly services the needs of local and national contractors, thus enabling the department to maintain its links with the roots of the industry. Technologists in the form of builders are in great demand, locally, nationally and internationally, to carry out highly skilled and professional jobs.

Mandatory core units may include:

  • Individual project
  • Construction technology
  • Science and materials
  • Construction practice and management
  • Legal statutory responsibilities in construction
  • Construction information (drawing, detailing, specification)
  • Surveying, measuring and setting out

Course Modules

Modules to be confirmed

Entry Requirements

You will need:

  • GCSE English at grade C or above (or equivalent).

  • Level 3 qualification in construction.

  • Craft qualification plus work experience/bridging units.

  • Work experience in a construction area.

Mature applicants without the above qualifications may be considered. An interview will be required to determine suitability.

International (EEA) applicants:

International applicants from the European Economic Area (EEA) may be asked to complete IELTS and achieve a level 7 if there are significant doubts about an applicant's level to communicate. A NARIC statement of comparability will be required to translate grades into their UK equivalents.

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