Construction Management - Evening HNC (SCQF level 7) (HNC)

City of Glasgow College

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The award
HNC

How long you will study
36 weeks

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About Construction Management - Evening HNC (SCQF level 7) at City of Glasgow College

This stimulating, learner-focused programme is delivered by highly professional teaching staff with significant Construction Industry experience and a proven track record of bringing out the best in their students.

Construction managers (also known as project managers, site managers and site agents) supervise and direct operations on a construction project, to make sure it is completed safely, on time and within budget. To do this well, a construction manager needs to be good at organising and planning, motivating and managing people and creatively solving problems.

The HNC in Construction Management is a technician level qualification that combines a broad-based Construction Industry specific curriculum with a more specialist curriculum that equips you with the skills required to advance your career in this specialist and highly demanding discipline.

Please Note:
  • The cost shown is for year one of the course only.
  • You will be required to attend college for 2 evenings per week from 5.45pm to 8.45pm for two academic years.

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