16. HND in Construction (Construction Management)
Construction professionals play key roles – including management, consultation, and advisory roles – in sectors such as industrial, commercial or domestic construction, energy and infrastructure.
Our HND Construction Management course enables you to gain up-to-date specialist knowledge from our in-house experts, as well as develop your organizational and planning skills. Learning is hands-on and practical, with site visits, case studies, and live projects.
Our HND Construction Management course at GBS puts you on track to reaching your career goals within the global construction sector. The course has been designed to develop your specialist skills and knowledge, and to transform you into the professional that top employers in the construction industry are looking for.
Upon graduation, a range of careers paths will be open to you, including:
- Assistant Design Co-Ordinator
- Design & Build Co-Ordinator
- Construction Site Supervisor
- Construction Design Technician
- Site Manager
- Project Manager
- Health & Safety Manager
- Planning Supervisor
You will gain an understanding of the way technology is transforming construction and will be ready and equipped to work with this technology. You will also learn more about contemporary issues facing industry – in particular sustainability and the environment – and about the role that construction plays in addressing these issues.
The construction industry is a very practical, technical, and hands-on environment, and teaching and learning on the course reflects this. You will learn from real life examples, work-related learning, practical sessions, site inspections and expert guest speakers from the sector – all of which brings learning to life and makes for a dynamic student experience.
Weekend and evening classes available, subject to minimum class size.
Intakes: September, February, and June
Duration: 2 years
Awarding Institution: Pearson Education
Awarded Qualification: HND in Construction (Construction Management)
Delivery: Weekdays and weekends
Fees: £6,000 per year