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York College

Entry Requirements

Ideally you will have a Level 3 Construction Crafts qualification, Maths and English at grade C or Level 2 and typically be in full-time employment.

Applicants with experience in the construction industry will also be considered.
All applicants will need to be successful at interview and enthusiasm and commitment will be taken into consideration.

This course is suitable for Construction Craft students wanting to progress into a career in construction management or associated professions such as building
surveying, site management or building control, who are in employment and looking to progress their career.

This course is used as the bridge course to the HNC/HND in Construction.

Dates and Times

We hope to run this course in Autumn 2017.
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Course Content

- Science and Materials in Construction and the Built Environment
- Building Technology in Construction
- Surveying in Construction and Civil Engineering


Assessment is by coursework and assignments.


This course leads onto the HNC or HND in Construction and towards membership of a
professional body such as the Chartered Institute of Building or Royal Institute of
Chartered Surveyors.

Past students have gone on to higher education or employment in the construction

Course Fees

The cost of this course in 2016 was £1,300 but this may change in 2017.

Courses costing more than £100 can usually be paid for in instalments. Please
contact the College for details.

How to Apply

Applications should be made to the College and you may be required to have an
interview. You can apply online on the web page of your chosen course, collect an
application form from the College, or request a paper or PDF copy from
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Contact Us

If you have any questions about this course or any aspects of studying at York College please email or call (01904) 770400.

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