Middlesex University

      Professional Practice in Construction Site Management BA Honours

      Middlesex University
      In London

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      Typology Bachelor's degree
      Location London
      Duration 18 Months
      Start September
      • Bachelor's degree
      • London
      • Duration:
        18 Months
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      Emagister has added this incredible bachelor's degree programme to its courses list. If you are interested on continue your studies in this area, this is one of the best options to do it.

      The BA (Hons) Professional Practice in Construction Site Management (Level 6 Higher Apprenticeship) is a one year 'top up' degree specifically tailored to provide the chance for progression for those with from a Level 5 Foundation degree or HND in Construction and wish to progress to a construction site manager role or, alternatively, for those who have at least five years' significant experience of working in the construction industry to progress their careers in this area.

      The qualification is work based and all candidates must be employed in the sector to complete the programme (to gain the higher apprenticeship, candidates must be employed as a degree apprentice). This work based programme is designed to enable you to negotiate work activities and projects with your employer/workplace .

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      The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, England
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      Starts September
      The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, England
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      · What are the objectives of this course?

      This degree is provided by the Institute for Work Based Learning at Middlesex University which is an international leader in the field of professional practice and university level work based learning. The principle of work based learning is to build courses around the working and training practices of particular industries, sectors or employers, so that the learning that occurs every day as part of your normal training and practice, can be assessed and recognised in an academic framework without the need for unnecessary duplication. In this way, this degree programme makes it possible to gain an honours degree at the same time as completing the requirements for a higher apprenticeship and professional body membership.

      · Requirements

      You will need to be working in the construction sector and be likely to continue working in the sector for the duration of the programme (To be registered for a Degree Apprenticeship you will need to be employed as an Apprentice) You will have either: a foundation degree, HND or equivalent Level 5 qualification in construction or have significant (normally at least five years') prior experience of work in the construction sector. English and Mathematics at Grade C GCSE or equivalent qualifications.

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      5.0 01/07/2017
      What I would highlight: I guess the knowldeg at UK is quite poor in quality and I personally didn't like it.
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      What you'll learn on the course

      IT Management
      Construction Training
      Site Manager
      Site management
      Project Standards
      Managing Project Standards

      Course programme

      This degree is specifically designed to develop the knowledge, and practical skills and competences you will need to operate as a construction site manager and achieve the higher apprenticeship Level 6 without the necessity of completing another qualification such as an NVQ.

      What you do in your workplace will be assessed as part of the honours degree and the assignments you complete will be based on what you do at work.

      As part of the course, you will complete three Specialist Project modules that are designed to enable you to develop your knowledge, understanding, skills and competency in the key areas of: Managing Cost Uncertainty and Risk; Managing Project Standards; and Managing Project Delivery.

      The specific form of the required assessment for these modules will be negotiated and agreed with your employer/workplace mentor and tutor. Typically, assessment will include a Reflective Project Report and presentation or other relevant artifacts.
      Year 1
      Negotiated WBL Project (Professional Development Portfolio) Compulsory
      Negotiated WBL Project (Managing Cost and Risk) Compulsory
      Negotiated WBL Project (Managing Project Standards) Compulsory
      Negotiated WBL Project (Managing Project Delivery) Compulsory
      Negotiated WBL Project (Project Proposal) Compulsory
      Negotiated WBL Project (Construction Site Management Project) Compulsory

      Additional information

      £11,200 per year