The Construction Site Management Degree Apprenticeship incorporates the BSc (Hons) Construction Management programme and commences at level 5.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Apprentices will be employed by a construction employer and can either be in a trainee or assistant construction manager position or in a more experienced supervisor/manager role. Typical job titles covered by the standard can include: Construction Site Manager, Assistant Construction Site Manager, Site Manager, Sub Agent, Assistant Site Manager or Construction Planner. They are associated with the management of building construction projects and are based on sites or in offices.
Find out more about the structure of the BSc Construction Management HERE.
In addition to undertaking the BSc (Hons) Construction Management – apprentices must also complete the Site Safety Plus Site Managers’ Safety Training Scheme and Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme which are required for safe operations in the workplace. These certificates will be organised by the employer.
Apprentices will receive regular visits in their workplace from a tutor and the employer mentor to review progress against the standard.
Student membership of CIOB.
Applicants must have either an HNC/NVQ4+/CIOB Level 4 Qualification in a related subject and GCSE English and Maths (at grade C/4 or equivalent) are normally required. However, applicants without these at interview will undertake a diagnostic assessment. The qualification must be achieved before the end of the programme. If you do not have one of the above but are an experienced site manager or supervisor, there is the opportunity to enter the course via APL.
Offers are subject to validation.
If you wish to have an informal discussion before applying on-line please contact the Course Director Melissa.email@example.com