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Nov
12

Top up degree courses distance learning: a guide

What are top up degree courses? A top up degree course is the equivalent to the final year of undergraduate study. Once you have completed a top up degree course you will have a Bachelor’s level of qualification. These courses allow you to ‘top up’ your existing qualification such as an Higher National Diploma or […]

By Jack Goldsmith | Uncategorized
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Oct
03

How to become a chartered manager

Are you an experienced manager or supervisor keen to develop further as a professional? Qualifying as a chartered manager could be the perfect next step in your career. What is a chartered manager? The position of chartered manager is the most prestigious attainable in the managerial profession. Recognised across sectors, the qualification demonstrates to employers […]

By Jack Goldsmith | Uncategorized
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Sep
25

What is the difference between a supervisor and a manager?

If you are working in a business environment or considering doing so, you might wonder what is the difference between a supervisor and a manager. These two roles are both essential for the smooth function of a successful business, but how do they differ from each other and what are their individual responsibilities? Duties and […]

By Jack Goldsmith | Uncategorized
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Sep
12

How to become a supervisor

Are you thinking about how to become a supervisor? There are a variety of reasons why you might consider this career path. It might be that you enjoy your current role but want to progress within the company. Possibly you love managing people and want to move into the position of supervisor immediately without working […]

By Jack Goldsmith | Uncategorized
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May
14

How Many Hours Are There in Part Time Study?

The number of hours in a higher education course can vary greatly. On average, a full-time university course requires around 21 hours of study per week, whereas a part-time course requires fewer hours of study per week. The key benefit to part-time study is that there is often no time limit for completing the course. […]

By Jack Goldsmith | Uncategorized
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Jun
15

What is part time education?

For some potential students, the length of time required to study for a degree can be off-putting. For students who need to work, care for their families or manage other commitments, taking three or four years to complete a degree simply isn’t practical, especially if they are also contending with financial constraints. Part-time degrees are […]

By Jack Goldsmith | Uncategorized
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Jun
12

Why can’t I use my Apprenticeship Levy ‘pot’ for your course?

We have spoken to a number of you recently who are very interested in our BSc Degree course in Construction Management, especially as it offers a direct route to CIOB membership. However you’re frustrated that you can’t use your Apprenticeship Levy funds to pay for it, at least at the moment. We share your frustrations! […]

By Hanna Zielinska | Uncategorized
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Jun
08

Education Matters in Construction Conference May 2016

Education Matters in Construction Conference May 2016 Excellent conference held at BRE to launch the new Bsc Construction . Key national speakers addressed the future skills needs of the industry and the new degree apprenticeship agenda. To see the presentations click here….

By Sean Scully | News & Events
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