Technical Certificates and Diploma's in Constructing the Built Environment

Level 3 Advanced Technical Certificate in Constructing the Built Environment (360) (6720-34)

Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Constructing the Built Environment (540) (6720-35)

Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Constructing the Built Environment (720) (6720-36)

Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Constructing the Built Environment (1080) (6720-37)

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This qualification is for you if you are 16 years or older and want to combine general education with learning theoretical aspects and practical activities related to the built environment sector. There are no entry requirements for this qualification. If you have ever wondered how the buildings, infrastructure and landscape around us come into existence, and would like to find out more, this qualification could be for you. This qualification could open up the world of the built environment sector, which covers all aspects of the creation of our towns and cities, and is fundamental to creating a sustainable future.  

 

 

We are introducing new technical qualifications in Construction Built Enviroment starting from August 2018 aimed at learners from 14-19 and 19+

 

The guided learning hours are for the certificate course is 360 hours and for Diplomas and extended diplomas from 540 to 1080 hours.

 

For more information about these qualifications please visit City & Guilds web site

 

 

 

Level 3 Advanced Technical Certificate in Constructing the Built Environment

(360) (6720-34)

 

You will study theoretical aspects of the subject and apply them to practical tasks. Compulsory topics include:
• domestic construction technology
• industrial and commercial construction technology
• health and safety in the built environment
• construction science and materials
• sustainability and new technologies
• mathematics for the built environment


You will study both the practical use and knowledge of the subject, which may involve local employers providing real examples as part of the training. It is expected that you will visit or have visits from employers who can provide demonstrations and talks on the industry, which may also be a relevant work placement with an employer.

 

 

Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Constructing the Built Environment

(540) (6720-35)

 

This one year full time qualification is split into two pathways:
Construction and Design and Planning. You will have a choice of which specialist pathway you study.
You will study theoretical aspects of the subject and apply them to practical tasks.
Compulsory topics for both pathways include:
• domestic construction technology
• industrial and commercial construction technology
• health and safety in the built environment
• sustainability and new technologies
• mathematics for the built environment
For the ‘Construction’ pathway you will also take the following units:
• construction site supervision
• construction science and materials
• measurement, tendering and estimating
• site surveying
For the ‘Design and Planning’ pathway you will also take the following units:
• architectural design and planning
• graphical communication
• building surveying
• building regulations

 

You will study both the practical use and knowledge of the subject, which may involve local employers providing real examples as part of the training. It is expected that you will visit or have visits from employers who can provide demonstrations and talks on the industry, which may also be a relevant work placement with an employer.

 

 

Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Constructing the Built Environment (720) (6720-36)

 

This two year part time qualification is split into three pathways:
Construction, Design and Planning, and Civil Engineering. You will have a choice of which specialist pathway you study.
You will study theoretical aspects of the subject and apply them to practical tasks.
Compulsory topics for all pathways include:
• domestic construction technology
• industrial and commercial construction technology
• health and safety in the built environment
• construction science and materials
• graphical communication
• sustainability and new technologies
• mathematics for the built environment
For the ‘Construction’ pathway you will also take the following units:
• construction site supervision
• measurement, tendering and estimating
• site surveying
• property maintenance and conversion
• building regulations
For the ‘Design and Planning’ pathway you will also take the following units:
• architectural design and planning

• property maintenance and conversion
• building surveying
• building regulations
• property management
For the ‘Civil Engineering’ pathway you will also take the following units:
• site surveying
• structural mechanics
• civil engineering technology
• building services technology
• further mathematics for the built environment


You will study both the practical use and knowledge of the subject, which may involve local employers providing real examples as part of the training. It is expected that you will visit or have visits from employers who can provide demonstrations and talks on the industry, which may also be a relevant work placement with an employer.

 

 

 

 

Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Constructing the Built Environment (1080) (6720-37)

 

 

This two year full time qualification is split into three pathways:
Construction, Design and Planning, and Civil Engineering. You will have a choice of which specialist pathway you study.
You will study theoretical aspects of the subject and apply them to practical tasks.
Compulsory topics for all pathways include:
• domestic construction technology
• industrial and commercial construction technology
• health and safety in the built environment
• construction site supervision
• construction science and materials
• measurement, tendering and estimating
• site surveying
• civil engineering technology
• building services technology
• graphical communication
• architectural design and planning
• building surveying
• business management techniques
• building regulations

• sustainability and new technologies
• mathematics for the built environment
For the ‘Construction’ pathway you will also take the following units:
• structural mechanics
• property maintenance and conversion
For the ‘Design and Planning’ pathway you will also take the following units:
• property maintenance and conversion
• property management
For the ‘Civil Engineering’ pathway you will also take the following units:
• structural mechanics
• further mathematics for the built environment


You will study both the practical use and knowledge of the subject, which may involve local employers providing real examples as part of the training. It is expected that you will visit or have visits from employers who can provide demonstrations and talks on the industry, which may also be a relevant work placement with an employer.

 

 

For more information please contact us at finchleycollege@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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