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Construction Management HNC

Course code: XKAV000P

Subject area: Construction

Study level: Undergraduate

Course level: 4

Course details

Course time:

09:00 - 16:30

Days of week:


Course date:

3rd Oct 2024 - 3rd Jul 2025

Course location:

Abingdon Campus

Contact details


01235 555 585

Elevate your knowledge and understanding of the construction supervision environment with our Level 4 HNC Construction Site Supervisor course. Designed to equip you with the skills, abilities, and confidence for a successful career within the construction industry.
The Level 4 HNC Construction Site Supervisor course provides management strategies and core skills required for a range of careers in construction, specifically those related to management and operations. Our Level 4 HNC Construction Site Supervision nurtures inquiring minds, fostering abilities and confidence in our students that enables them to navigate diverse business functions. On this course, you can develop your skills and techniques to enhance your core skill set, enabling you to lead, adapt to change, and effectively address complex construction scenarios.

Our course offering includes:
- An Industry-Relevant Curriculum: Designed to help you develop transferable skills that are required in the industry - useful for work, research skills, the ability to meet project deadlines and communication skills. The Course is HTQ approved, recognising that it has been designed to match the evolving needs of the international construction industry.
- Expert Tutors: Throughout your course you will learn from experienced professionals with a passion for teaching.
- Practical Projects: The assessments and projects on this course are designed to help you progress and develop the skills required in industry. They will improve your knowledge, interpersonal skills, and higher-level thinking skills using a variety of activities and learning methods.
Course units
Year 1

Unit 1: Construction Design Project

Unit 2: Construction technology

Unit 4: The construction Environment

Unit 5: Legal and statutory Requirements in construction.

Year 2

Unit 6: Digital Applications in construction

Unit 7: Surveying, Measuring and Setting out.

Unit 11: Financial Management and Business Practices in Construction

Unit 20: Site Supervision and Operations

What next?
This undergraduate qualification gives learners a solid ground in the construction industry. Should you decide to progress your study, you can go onto the Level 5 Higher National Diploma.

On successful completion of the Level 5 Higher National Diploma, you can develop your career in the sector through:

● Entering employment.

● Continuing existing employment.

● Linking with the appropriate professional body.

● Committing to Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

● Progressing to university.

Entry criteria
To study the HNC in Construction management, you will require at least one of the following:

- A Level 3 qualification in any of the trades - A GCE Advanced Level profile that demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. This profile is likely to be supported by GCSE grades at A* to C (or equivalent) and/or 9 to 4 (or equivalent) in subjects such as Mathematics and English Relevant work experience, or an international equivalent to the above qualifications.

Fee information
Course fees

Tuition Fee: £6,000.00

Qualifications received
BTEC Higher National Certificate in Construction Management (Site Supervisor)
Learning & method assessment
This programme will be assessed using a combination of Centre-developed internal assignments that are set and assessed by internally created and assessed, and awarding organisation-set assignments, which are internally graded.
User skills
The BTEC Higher Nationals in Construction Management aims to equip students with the skills, knowledge, and understanding necessary for high performance in the international construction environment.

Throughout the course, students will develop inquiring minds, gaining the abilities and confidence to navigate various business functions, lead teams, manage change, and effectively address complex construction challenges that naturally emerge during projects.

Core skills essential for careers in construction, particularly those in management and operations, are provided, striking a balance between employability skills and knowledge essential for students with diverse ambitions, whether entrepreneurial, employment-oriented, or academic.

Students will gain insight into the significant impact of new digital technologies on the construction sector and will explore international business operations, understanding the opportunities and challenges presented by a global market