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Design, Surveying & Planning (Construction) - T-Level

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Course NameStart DateEnd DateCampusTotal Fees 
Design, Surveying & Planning (Construction) - T-Level06/09/202101/07/2022 £0.00Available for applications

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Information about this Course


Study Type
Full Time

Course Area
Civil Engineering & Groundworks

Duration
2 Years

Course Information

The purpose of the two year T Level course is to prepare you for employment in the construction industry by developing skills and knowledge within the construction industry and how it works.

You’ll study computer aided design (CAD), report writing, and surveying techniques for the planning, design and management of construction projects.

The Design, Surveying and Planning T Level is recognised by many professional organisations as an entry qualification for student membership.

Universities also recognise an appropriate T Level as an entry qualification, subject to the grades obtained on the course.



Progression

This qualification, which is 1,100 guided learning hours, is ideal if you want to start a career as, for example, a building engineering technician, civil engineering technician or construction supervisor. It is an ideal qualification if you are intending to progress directly to employment within the construction industry, to a construction apprenticeship or to further studies in construction such as Higher Education and the study of a HNC.

Typical career paths associated with this T Level include Architecture and Design, Building Control, Building Services Engineering, Building Surveying, Civil Engineering, Clerk of Work, Construction Management, Estate Agency, Estimating, Land Surveying, Quantity Surveying, Structural Engineering.