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Level 4+

HNC in Construction Management for England


This exciting Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Construction Management for England will provide an informed and engaging introduction to the construction sector. You will gain an understanding of what is happening within the sector, learn about stakeholder engagement, develop project management techniques and understand constructions skills that are highly relevant in today’s construction sector market.

The course covers eight units during the two years (1 Day per week). These include:

  • Construction Technology
  • The Construction Environment
  • Legal and statutory responsibility in construction
  • Digital Applications for Construction
  • Site Supervision and Operations
  • Financial Management and Business Practices
  • Surveying Measuring and Setting out
  • Construction Design Project

The course is taught by engaged, experience and qualified lecturers who have industry expertise.

The course is informed by the needs of the industry and is tailored to students who wish to advance their career prospects in the field. Higher education has a higher focus on student-led and independent self-study – this means that you will be expected to complete independent learning by way of individual research, group work, discussion and flip learning.

The structure of our programmes follows clear educational aims that are expected from the awarding bodies. These are all outlined in the programme specifications, which include further details such as the learning outcomes.

You can find out more by visiting the Pearson website Construction Management for England (2023) | BTEC Higher Nationals | Pearson qualifications


Qualifications: Ideally you will have a level 3 qualification.

Prior experience: We also consider applicants who have relevant professional experience.

Study: You will be able to commit to 1 day (TBA) per week of in-person teaching and at least 6 hours per week of self-study. Self-study demands may increase as you prepare for assignments.

You are someone who wants to progress within the construction sector by taking on a new role or moving into the industry.

Application process Following your application for the course you will be invited to interview with a member of the lecturing team. You will also be expected to produce a written answer to a set topical question – this will help determine your suitability for the course.


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