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HNC Construction What does the course involve? The content of the course is broad based and covers most standard aspects of building including: Design Principles & Applications; Science & Materials; Analytical Methods; Management Principles & Applications; Group Project; Health, Safety &Welfare; Construction Economics; Individual Student Project; Technology A; Measurement A; Site Surveying Procedures. What is the qualification and how is it gained? All course assessments are carried out through a series of assignments, which are marked by your college tutors. How will the course be taught? This wide coverage of building subjects will allow you to have a better understanding of all aspects of building from design and costing, to contract and construction. What skills will be taught? The course is focused on the specific needs of the 'contracting' industry and will provide students with the requisite knowledge, concepts, techniques and skills to enable them to effectively fulfill their existing and future managerial responsibilities. What progression routes are available? The HNC should enable students to go straight into the second year of some construction degree courses. Alternatively if you decide to continue in employment, your HNC will open up a range of opportunities. The HNC construction qualification also provides entry to many higher level professional qualifications in quantity surveying, construction management, building surveying, property management and architectural design. What should students bring to the first class? Writing materials. Are there any other costs involved? 207 qualifying fee How many weeks will the course run for? 35 Can students join at any time? No

HNC Construction What does the course involve? The content of the course is broad based and covers most standard aspects of building including: Design Principles & Applications; Science & Materials; Analytical Methods; Management Principles & Applications; Group Project; Health, Safety &Welfare; Construction Economics; Individual Student Project; Technology A; Measurement A; Site Surveying...

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