Course Code 4/HCCBE04A12
The HNC Diploma in Construction is the industry recognised higher education qualification for trainees and practising building professionals in quantity surveying, building surveying, estimating, project planning, design and site management.
A Level 3 qualification in a relevant subject, or A levels.
Relevant industry experience.
Duration and Attendance
The course will next run in February 2017. The HNC Diploma will be completed in 18 months (three semesters), with attendance one day per week. A HND may then be completed if students complete a further eight units, subject to sufficient applications.
Modules may include:
- Construction and Maintenance of Buildings
- Science and Materials for Construction and the Built Environment
- Design Principles and Application for Construction and the Built Environment
- Health, Safety and Welfare for Construction and the Built Environment
- Technology of Complex Buildings
- Group Project
- Law and Contract
- Computer Aided Design
- Applied Mathematics
- Management Principles and Application
- Conversion and Adaptation
- Building Control
- Properties and Performance Materials
- Construction Methods
- Site Surveying
The course consists of lectures, assignment work, learning packages and practical tasks. Assessment is by a mixture of coursework, assignments, projects and case studies. A detailed schedule of work is included with the induction documents.
After successfully completing the course, learners may continue their studies towards full membership of relevant professional bodies, including the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and the Chartered Institute of Building, or may progress on to a degree course. Progression to HND may be available at York College. The HNC can be used to provide the knowledge requirements for specific construction related advanced apprenticeships.
Course fees vary each year. Prospective candidates are advised to contact us for the latest fees. Additional expenses include recommended books and drawing equipment.
If you have any questions about this course or any aspects of studying at York College please email email@example.com or call (01904) 770400.
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