This is a one year course that follows the successful completion of the National Subsidiary Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment qualification.
It is aimed at people who would like a professional career in the construction and property industry. Typical careers include: architectural technician; civil engineering; building surveying; quantity surveying and land surveying. You will also complete the final year of your Welsh Baccalaureate which will improve your employability skills.
What Will I Learn?
During the year you will study six units which could include the following:-
Building pathway: building surveying & building regulations; project management & science and materials; graphical design & CAD.
Studying for the Welsh Baccalaureate you will explore a wide range of areas including how Wales 'fits in' with Europe and the rest of the world, the health of the nation and how to be enterprising. The Welsh Baccalaureate also provides the opportunity to study Essential Skills Wales qualification at an appropriate level.
You will need to have completed a level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Construction. Equivalent vocational experience or qualifications will also be considered.
You will be invited to attend an interview, and will undertake an assessment in literacy and numeracy, to establish any support required.
You will be assessed through a programme of both practical and theory based assignments.
Coleg y Cymoedd takes every effort to ensure the information on this website is accurate at time of being live. Coleg y Cymoedd reserves the right to make changes or withdraw without notice any of the courses, course facilities or support described.
Please note: Fees are payable for each year of study. Fees for Part time courses starting September 2019 have yet to be decided. We estimate that they will be confirmed by April 2019.
Additional Fee Notes
Purchase of steel toe capped boots, overalls and a course text book is required for this course. Please discuss this at interview stage with a tutor after you have applied.
- On successful completion of this course you may undertake a full time degree or HND at university. Alternatively you could obtain an apprenticeship and study part-time for an HNC or part-time degree.
Production manager or director in construction
Average salary: £36,524
Construction or building trade n.e.c.
Average salary: £22,757
Average salary: £17,297
Floorer or wall tiler
Average salary: £19,988
Painter or decorator
Average salary: £19,871
Construction or building trades supervisor
Average salary: £27,924
Production managers and directors in construction direct and co-ordinate resources for the construction and maintenance of civil and structural engineering works including houses, flats, factories, roads and runways, bridges, tunnels and railway works, harbour, dock and marine works and water supply, drainage and sewage works.
There are no pre-set entry standards. Entry is possible with either a degree or equivalent qualification and/or relevant experience, via apprenticeships or S/NVQs in Management at levels 3 to 5. On-the-job training is provided and professional qualifications are available.