Institute of Building Technologies

HNC Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering Pathway)

The civil engineering pathway provides the relevant vocational knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a career in site engineering, structural engineering design, civil engineering design and transport engineering design.

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Overview: The civil engineering pathway provides the relevant vocational knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a career in site engineering, structural engineering design, civil engineering design and transport engineering design.During the course, students will be introduced to key principles in the fields of numeracy, materials, mechanics, construction technology, and health and safety. As the course progresses, learning will focus on the more specialised areas of surveying, geotechnics, and structural analysis. Entry Requirements: 64 UCAS points are required for entry to this programme, however we do also consider application from non-traditional students so please get in touch if you do not have the required UCAS points. Modules/Units: Unit 1: Individual project (Pearson-set)* Unit 2: Construction technology* Unit 3: Science & materials* Unit 4: Construction practice & management* Unit 6: Construction information (drawing, detailing, specification)* Unit 7: Surveying, measuring & setting out* Unit 8: Mathematics for construction* Unit 20: Principles of structural design* *TBC Validating Partner: Pearson Fees: For the PT programme, fees would be £5000 for the first 12 months (80 credits studied), and then £2500 for the remaning 18 months (40 credits of study).

Entry Requirements

64 UCAS points, IELTS Score: 6.5

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Part Time Higher Education

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