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Construction (Conversion) HND

UCAS Code: Not applicable

Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


Construction and Maintenance of Buildings; Technology of Complex Buildings; Building Services Design and Maintenance in Construction; Contractual Procedures and Procurement for Construction and the Built Environment; Conversion and Adaptation of Buildings; Measuring Tendering and Estimating for Construction and the Built Environment; Project Management for Construction and the Built Environment; Construction Methods and Design Solutions; Specification and Contract Documentation; Structural Behaviour in Buildings; Advanced Measurement for Construction; Design Procedures for Construction; Design Technology for Construction; Site Surveying Procedures for Construction and the Built Environment; Computer Aided Design for Construction; Work Based Learning and Assessment in Construction; Research Project. You'll need to have: One of the following: •A Current HNC in Construction •Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) We welcome applications from people of any age who might not meet the standard entry criteria, but we would expect to see evidence of continuing academic and/or professional development and a capacity to pursue the course successfully. If your application is successful, you will be invited to attend an interview to discuss your ability and suitability for the course.

About this course


Course option

1.0year

Part-time | 2020

The BTEC Higher National Diploma in Construction is a professional qualification and is a conversion top up qualification for students who have already achieved the HNC. Students will usually be in full employment and wishing to gain entry into professional bodies by holding the relevant units of accreditation required by those bodies.

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England
£3,500
per year
EU
£3,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£3,500
per year
Scotland
£3,500
per year
Wales
£3,500
per year

The Uni


Course location:

University Centre Doncaster

Department:

Business & Administration

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