Construction Design Management
On the sustainable built environment pathway, you could work as a site manager, project manager or site engineer.
Responsibilities could include managing staff and budgets, ensuring the site is operated in a safe and secure manner, and that contracts are delivered on time. You might also survey sites, and check drawings and quantities to ensure accuracy.
What will I learn?
The Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Design Management incorporates the HNC at Level 4. It provides you with a comprehensive understanding of construction and the built environment. It also offers practical experience of the workplace, including:
- Construction and maintenance
- Conversion and adaptation
- Science and materials
- Design principles
- Technology of complex buildings
- Site surveying procedures
- Health, safety and welfare
- Computer aided-design (CAD)
- Management principles
On completion of the Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Design Management, you can obtain entrance to professional institutes. It also provides partial exemption from the examinations of some professional institutes.
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