Start Date6 Sep 2021
Course: Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma Civil EngineeringCampus: LimavadyType: Full TimeStart Date: 06/09/2021
- Site location Limavady Main St
- Dates 06/09/2021 - 16/06/2023
- Construction Principles, Construction Design, Tendering and Estimating, Construction Technology, Health and Safety in Construction, Site Engineering for Construction, Further Mathematics for Construction and Construction in Civil Engineering.
- Three modules which could include modules such as: Surveying in Construction, Graphical detailing in Construction, Building Regulations and Control, Management of a Construction Project, Building Surveying in Construction, Measurement techniques in Construction, Projects in Construction and Building Information Modelling
UK RequirementsLevel 2 Diploma in Construction, OR 4 GCSEs (Grade C or above) to include English and Mathematics
ROI Requirements4 OLCs (Grade 05 or above) to include Mathematics and English; OR Leaving Cert Applied - Merit
Further StudySuccessful completion of this course will allow you to progress to Higher National Diploma or Higher Level Apprenticeship within NWRC. You can also progress to university to study in areas including Civil Engineering, Architectural Technology and Construction/ Site Management.
Career ProspectsThe course will provide opportunities for you to progress directly into employment at technician level in areas such as civil engineering, architectural technology, quantity surveying or building services engineering. You could also potentially work for building contractors as a site engineer or construction manager trainee.
I progressed from NWRC directly into final year of a degree programme at Glasgow School of Art, along with my twin sister.Tipsudar Cochrane
NWRC is a great place to learn. The NWRCSU is run by students, for students. We will do our upmost to ensure that the student voice is strong in the College and that your views are being heard right at the very top. Let us all work together so that every student feels that they belong to the collegeEamonn Kelly