Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship Construction/Civil Engineering

Start date(s):
1 Aug 2020
Duration:
2 years
Level:
Level 3
Course Code:
1034665
Study Mode:
Part Time
Attendance Type:
Campus, Work Based
Attendance Pattern:
Daytime
Awarded by:
Edexcel
Location:
Framwellgate Moor Campus
Course costs:
Tuition fees paid by employer. Enquire for more information.
Funding

Overview

This advanced course will develop your skills and knowledge, and prepare you for a career in the construction or civil engineering industry.

You will engage in classroom based study and practical learning on-the-job. You will attend college on a day-release basis while employed and working as an apprentice construction site technician or civil engineering technician.
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Aims

Construction/Civil Engineering is a multi-billion pound industry that deals with developing and building anything from a housing estate to a bridge. Few industries are as wide-ranging, or offer so many different career routes.

This course aims to combine study with practical learning on-the-job. You will attend college on a day-release basis while employed and working as an apprentice construction site technician or civil engineering technician.

Modules

Construction Contracting Operations
  • Construction Contracting Operations
  • Construction and the Built Environment
  • Functional Skills.


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  • Civil Engineering for Technicians
  • Construction and the Built Environment – Civil Engineering
  • Functional Skills.

Time commitment

Average number of hours per week

Lectures
9

Delivery

Tuesday:
9am-7pm
*Days and times of study are subject to change. Timetables are confirmed at the start of term.

Teaching & assessment

Each individual unit will use different teaching and learning strategies depending upon the nature of the subject. The teaching and learning strategies will include a combination of different approaches, including:
  • Lectures
  • Workshops
  • Seminars
  • Academic Tutorials
  • Work-based evidence
  • Direct competance observations
  • Site visits.

Maths and English

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Maths & English

Maths and English skills are essential for the workplace and university.

Industry links:

We have many strong links to provide you with opportunities to further your knowledge with guest speakers and visits to industry.

Placement:

This course combines study with practical learning on-the-job to ensure you gain hands-on experience, and develop your skills in a real working environment.

You could progress to HNC/HND Construdtion or Civil Engineering at New College Durham.

Meet our students

Maggie Johnston CS

Maggie Johnston

Maggie works as an Engineer (Estimating and Surveying) at Newcastle City Council and has now progressed to studying the HNC in Civil Engineering at New College Durham.

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Funding

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Interview Instructions

You will be invited to attend an interview where your suitability to the course will be assessed.

Entry Criteria

You will hold four GCSEs, including maths, English and Science, at grade C or above. Ideally, you will hold a grade B in maths.