Construction and
the Built Environment

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Whether you have ambitions to become a quantity surveyor or CAD technician, let us be a part of your journey to help you build a career in the industry.

Our 'Construction and the Built Environment' course will develop your practical skills to accelerate everything you need to know about the construction industry and progress you into employment.

From our location in the heart of the ever-growing city of Manchester, we’ll guide you in finding the inspiration you need to make the most of this multidisciplinary course and harness your true potential.

What are the entry requirements to study Construction and the Built Environment?

Our Construction and the Built Environment courses require GCSE English Language and Mathematics grades A*-C or level 9-4, as well as previous qualifications in construction.

How will I be assessed when studying Construction and the Built Environment?

Our construction courses are assessed through essays, presentations, practicals and reports. 

You’re awarded a grade for each unit completed, and an overall grade for the completed qualification, which is based on the grades for the individual units.

What careers can Construction and the Built Environment courses lead to?

With this course and future qualifications, you could follow an exciting career path as a:

  • Construction Manager
  • Architectural technician or technologist
  • Quantity Surveyor
  • Project Manager
  • Estimator
  • Buyer
  • Building Surveyor

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HNC Construction

Study a multi-disciplinary course across a range of Built Environment topics and progress directly into employment with this HNC in Construction and The Built Environment.

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