BTEC Diploma in Construction and The Built Environment Level 2
London's construction sector is booming, in line with the city's population -
which is set to reach and exceed 8.6 million in January 2015 (according to
the Mayor of London's office (GLA Intelligence Unit).
8,500 skilled workers will be needed on the Nine Elms project by 2016. On our
own doorstep, the Barking Riverside Development will mean 11,000 new homes
and 5 new schools - all made possible by extending the overground rail network.
Start your career now in Construction Management at Level 2 and you can move
on to a BTEC Extended Diploma at Level 3 which is equivalent to 3 A Levels and could take you to university to continue your training.
Course details and fees
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