Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Higher National Diploma (HND)
Start Date | 14/09/2021
Time/Day | 09:00 - 19:15 TUE
Is this course for me?The programme prepares students for a range of technical, professional and management careers, such as building surveying, building control and construction management. Students will gain underpinning knowledge and understanding of technological, social, legal and economic aspects of construction management.
What will I study?
How will I be assessed?
What qualifications do I need?
What can I progress onto?
Civil engineers undertake research and design, direct construction and manage the operation and maintenance of civil and mining engineering structures.
Requirements: Honours, Bachelor's degree
What could you earn
- Organises and establishes control systems to monitor operational efficiency and performance of materials and systems.
- Organises and plans projects, arranges work schedules, carries out inspection work and plans maintenance control.
- Designs structures such as roads, dams, bridges, railways, hydraulic systems, sewerage systems, industrial and other buildings and plans the layout of tunnels, wells and construction shafts.
- Designs foundations and earthworks.
- Determines and specifies construction methods, materials, quality and safety standards and ensures that equipment operation and maintenance comply with design specifications.
- Undertakes research and advises on soil mechanics, concrete technology, hydraulics, water and waste water treatment processes and other civil engineering matters.
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