If you wish to study this course full-time you must apply through UCAS; UCAS Code O22K, Institution Code Y70.
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The HNC in Construction and The Built Environment is a part-time day release course aimed at people employed in the construction industry. It is also appropriate for people with a more varied profile of achievement, such as those with extensive work experience or those with a range of qualifications that are related to their work sector.
The units comprising the qualification are designed to meet the skills need of the sector and the specialist units allow coverage of the full range of employment within the sector. We make full use of the choice of units available to ensure they meet the skill needs of employers and students.
Standard entry: A BTEC National Certificate/Diploma/Extended Diploma in a construction discipline or equivalent.
Non-standard entry: Applicants who have relevant skills and experience but who do not hold the standard minimum entry requirements will be considered.
Duration and Attendance
Part-time: 18 month’s day release attendance (three semesters, each semester 18 weeks’ duration).
Case study and problem-solving activities allow you to deepen your understanding in a real work environment. You are closely supported and monitored by module leaders and the course team to ensure the required skills are developed.
Students already in appropriate work will use their experience of the workplace to reinforce their learning and to see how theoretical learning can be applied in a practical role.
Course themes across the HNC and HND:
- Individual technology
- Science and materials
- Construction practice and management
- Principles of refurbishment
- Legal and statutory responsibilities in construction
- Construction information (drawing, detailing, specification)
- Surveying, measuring and setting out
New material is introduced through lectures, tutorials and practical sessions. You will also engage with learning materials via the Blackboard Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) as a means of student support.
Successful completion of the HNC in Construction and The Built Environment will enable you to enrol on to the HND in Construction and The Built Environment.
Progression onto a full-time or part-time degree is possible from either the HNC or HND, depending on your final grade outcomes and point of entry.
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