Large blue-chip contractors require a university degree, why? because they receive large number of applicants, and a university degree is a means of selecting a short list of candidates.
Universities tell you to work for a blue-chip company you need to get a degree, this may be true, but you can work for small to medium sized contractors for higher pay without a degree as they
only want competent engineers.
We offer a complete beginner to enhanced course in just three to four months at weekends on both Saturdays and Sundays with optional free tutorial sessions on Saturday afternoons as well as option
to come in during weekdays on the first week of each month.
Course fee: £2495 plus VAT (£2995), plus £360 certificate fee (This fee for this course was previously £4795)
- Post training support
- Free revision classes
- First aid training included
- Pay for your course in full in advance and receive 5% discount
- 10% discount for all out other courses
- We help you to work towards your level 3, 4 and 6 NVQ Diploma in site management
Timetable in brief is explained below, but, for more detailed time table and subjects covered please see each the page for each level.
- Month 1: Beginner & intermediate level - 4 Saturday sessions
- Mathematics of surveying
- Levelling part 1
- Distance and angle measurement
- Reading drawings
- Month 1: Advanced level - 4 Sunday sessions
- includes extra Sunday classes for improved setting out skills and competency
- Introduction to Total stations
- Setting out methods
- Month 2: Enhanced level - 4 Saturdays
- Introduction to Robotics Total stations
- Surveying and setting out by Robotic Total stations
- Introduction to AutoCAD
- Student version of the latest CAD software
- Surveying and setting out using CAD and Robotics Total stations
- Further reading of drawings
- Rebar drawings & bending schedules
- Month 2: Sundays: Repeat of advanced level
- Month 3: Repeat any session for one more month to improve your competency
- Month 4: Free attendance in tutorial sessions on Satrudays 3.00-6.00 pm, if required