Construction – technical & professional
Job roles: Site technician, Civil engineering technician, Construction operations manager
There are eight pathways at Advanced Level as well as a Higher Apprenticeship pathway in Sustainable Built Environment.
Advanced level pathways:
Building control – learn to assess building projects and inspect site work for compliance with building regulations.
Built environment & design – learn to produce detailed design solutions, surveys and drawings, and prepare and assess tenders.
Construction contracting operations – get skills in estimating, buying, planning and technical support.
Construction site supervision – develop personnel skills such as team working, planning building operations and supervising safety.
Geomatics data analysis – support the production of navigational products and services.
Occupational work supervision – organise work operations, manage work activities, manage health & safety.
Town planning – technical and administrative support to planning services, liaising with customers and providing advice and guidance.
Civil engineering for technicians – working on a construction site, develop and finalise civil engineering solutions, and learn about health & safety.
At Higher Level, on the Sustainable Built Environment pathway you could work as a site manager, project manager or site engineer. Responsibilities could include managing staff and budgets, ensuring the site is operated in a safe and secure manner and that contracts are delivered on time, or surveying sites, and checking drawings and quantities to ensure accuracy.
Middlesex University offers a Foundation Degree in 'Professional practice in construction operations management'.
Issuing Authority: CITB
Qualification: Level 3 (Adv) Level 4 & 5 (Higher)
Salary: From £10,000 to £16,000