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BTEC HNC CONSTRUCTION Next start date(s) Sep Course Location Quarles Is this course for me? The HNC in Construction is for you if you have completed the National Diploma or National Certificate in Construction or if you are a mature applicant who is working in the construction industry and require a formal professional qualification. You must be employed either part- or full-time in a construction-related job, i.e trainee manager, surveyor, engineer, etc. self employed applicants must be able to prove that you are in regular construction employment. What will I study? You will be studying for 2 years on a part-time basis 1 full day per week. This course has 10 assignments over the 2 years (5 per year). You will extend your knowledge of health and safety, design criteria including AutoCAD, management and technology A & B. HNC Construction teaches students the knowledge and skills to become site managers, building surveyors and Quantity surveyors. We do not teach the architectural section of construction within this HNC programme at Havering College. These are the compulsory subjects: Design Principles and Application; Science and Materials; Analytical Methods; Management Principles and Application; Group Project; Health, Safety and Welfare. You must also attend a AutoCAD lesson (2hrs skills per week) if you have no proven record of CAD drawings skills. What are the entry requirements? To attend this course you must have completed the National Diploma or National Certificate in Construction. Mature applicants can access the course if you are working in the construction industry. You must have a good standard of education and complete the college test of construction knowledge to be accepted on this programme. There is no upper age limit on this programme. National Diploma and National Certerticate holders who progress from an in-house course must secure a construction-related job within 6 months of starting this course. What can I do next? This course can lead you to university on a part- or full-time degree course. The HNC qualificationmay lead to promotion within your chosen career in the construction sector. What employment does this relate to? As HNC students are already employed this qualification may help them secure a more senior post or another job with another compnay offering more promotion prospects. How will I be assessed? All 10 assignments are marked on a task basis and you produce this work using a word processor (computer). Potential grades are: Pass, Merit or Distinction. An external verifier visits the college and your work is randomly examined for accuracy of marking and quality of work. Some assignments do have a class test/exam within their framework. Course Information Course Code J700HCP-09 Duration 72 Weeks Timetable Tue 09:00 - 18:30 (Subject to change) Start Date 08 Sep 2009 End Date 24 Jun 2011 Location Quarles Contact CostsHome Students* Exam Fees ?75.00 Tuition Fees ?640.00 Admin Fee ?42.00 Enrolment Entry to this course is via an Application Form available from Threshold Services. All fees quoted are per year. Subsequent years may incur additional examination fees. * Different costs apply for overseas students. Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the details, no responsibility is accepted by the College for any errors or omissions. The formation and continuation of classes will depend on sufficient enrolment and maintenance of satisfactory minimum attendance. Where the minimum number is not reached in three consecutive weeks the class will have to close or amalgamate with another group. The College reserves the right to change course details if necessary. The information at enrolment will contain the appropriate details.

BTEC HNC CONSTRUCTION Next start date(s) Sep Course Location Quarles Is this course for me? The HNC in Construction is for you if you have completed the National Diploma or National Certificate in Construction or if you are a mature applicant who is working in the construction industry and require a formal professional qualification. You must be employed either part- or full-time in a...

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