CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT HNC
SCQF Level 7
Built Environment

Course Overview
-

Construction Management HNC will teach you the essential skills you will need to progress to a construction management position. You will study a range of vital industry areas such as site surveying, estimating and construction planning. You will be taught by staff with extensive experience in the construction industry. You will gain a key understanding of standard building contracts and learn about the latest construction technologies.  


This course is offered as a full-time or day release programme (a system of allowing employees days off work to go on educational courses). If you choose to study full-time you will attend Edinburgh College’s Granton campus three times a week for one year. Day release will require you to attend Edinburgh College one day a week over two academic years while employed within the construction industry.  

 

What You Will Learn
-

  • Building Services in Large Buildings 
  • Construction Materials and Specifications 
  • Construction Site Surveying A 
  • Construction Technology: Substructure 
  • Construction Technology: Industrial/Commercial 
  • Superstructure 
  • Site Administration 
  • Standard Forms of Construction Contracts 
  • Health and Safety in Construction 
  • Construction Management: Graded Unit 1  
  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD) 2D I 
  • Building Measurement and Cost Studies 
  • Construction Planning 

Entry Requirements
-

For full-time applicants: 
  • One pass at Higher level (A-C)
  • A pass at National 5 Mathematics or equivalent
  • If you’re a mature applicant you will be considered on an individual basis 


For day release: 

  • Employed as a technician in the construction industry 
  • One pass at Higher level (A-C)
  • A pass at National 5 Mathematics or equivalent
  • If you’re a mature applicant you will be considered on an individual basis 

 

English Proficiency Requirements
-
  • IELTS 5.5
How the course is assessed
-

  • You will be continually assessed throughout the course 
  • You will be tested on your theoretical and practical skills 

Information on Test/Auditions/Interview Requirements
-


Progression And Articulation Routes
-
  • Progress to a further education course at university level
Career Opportunities
-
  • Employment as a construction manager or technician
Number Of Days Per Week
-

  • Full time - 3 days (approx.) per week 
  • Day release - 1 day per week 

Course Cost And Funding Options
-
Fee: £648 Granton part-time (year 2)
Fee: £785 Granton part-time (year 1)
Student Stories
-
Edinburgh College Built Environment student Anita Bielatowicz is celebrating her first-year anniversary of working with planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore, after initially joining the company for a five-day work-placement.  

“I am loving working for Barton Willmore” says Anita. “Although I probably have a much busier week than the typical third-year student, the ‘real life’ insights gained by working for a busy architectural consultancy is so different from what I am learning at university – and it also provides invaluable experience for future job prospects.” 

Read more of our student stories here. 
Start Date and Time
-

Full Time

This course will start week commencing...
  • Monday 31/08/2020

Part Time

This course will start on…
  • Group A - Granton Campus - Monday 31st August at 8:30 AM (2020)
  • Group A - Granton Campus - Monday 31st August at 8:30 AM (2020)
End Date
-

Full Time

This course will end on...
  • Friday 18/06/2021

Part Time

This course will end on...
  • Friday 18/06/2021
  • Friday 18/06/2021
Course Delivery
-
FULL TIME PART TIME EVENING OPEN LEARNING BLOCK RELEASE
GRANTON
APPLY
APPLY
x x x
MIDLOTHIAN x x x x x
MILTON RD x x x x x
SIGHTHILL x x x x x
OUTREACH x x x x x
APPLY NOW

Courses may be subject to alteration or cancellation


Our Campuses
Student Life
Edinburgh College welcomes students from all over the world and we are dedicated to ensuring your time at the College is both educational and enjoyable.​
Previously Viewed

apply text here
cannot apply text here
To apply please download an SCP application form and contact your guidance teacher who will support you through your application.
Choose your preferred campus and mode of delivery:


Choose Course Year:

Name Email Phone Message
Please leave this field blank
For further information please contact the College t: 0131 669 4400 | Terms of use and disclaimer
Text Size + - Background Colour Text Colour
Inverted Grey Simple Soft Red Blue Green Yellow Violet Default
Black Grey White Soft Red Blue Green Yellow Violet Default
×