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Blackburn College

HNC Construction and the Built Environment

UCAS Code: K201

Higher National Certificate - HNC

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About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2020

The HNC (Higher National Certificate) in Construction and the Built Environment is an introductory higher education qualification and offers a broad base of traditional construction subjects with specialist options allowing you to adapt the course to your particular career ambitions. The continued development and regeneration of towns and cities in the UK has led to a continuous demand for suitably qualified professionals across all construction disciplines. The HNC in Construction is at an introductory undergraduate level and offers a broad base of traditional construction subjects with specialist options allowing you to adapt the course to your particular career ambitions.

The course is tailored to students with ambitions of working within construction in a professional, managerial, or technical capacity. This course is designed to provide you with a high level of understanding of the design, function, construction and statutory requirements for buildings of all classes, and to prepare you for more advanced employment in the construction industry.

Modules

Modules include:

(Subject to availability of teaching staff and student demand)
?Science & Materials (15 credits)
?Construction Management (15 credits)
?Analytical Methods (15 credits)
?Group Research Project (15 credits)
?Construction & Maintenance of Buildings (15 credits)

And three option modules from a choice of:
?Law and Contract (15 credits)
?Computer Aided Design (15 credits)
?Site Survey (15 credits)
?Building Surveying (15 credits)
?Personal Development Planning (15 credits)
?Tendering & Estimating (15 credits)

The Uni


Course location:

Blackburn College

Department:

Business, Health and Technology

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