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College Continues to Pave the Way to Top Construction Careers

19 September 2017
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A number of limited places are still available on courses at North West Regional College that could pave the way for students in the North West to progress to a professional career in the growing Construction Industry.

Courses in Civil Engineering can lead to careers in a number of well-paid jobs in the construction sector including Site Management, Quantity Surveying, Design, Project Management, Engineering and countless other professional roles.

With excellent links to employers in the industry, students are taught in tandem through classroom based learning and a series of onsite practicals, where they’ll gain valuable first-hand experience from experts in the construction industry.

John Logue, Curriculum Manager for the Department of Construction and Built Environment revealed that NWRC has been one of the leading colleges for Civil Engineering over the past 20 years.

“Our teaching staff comprise the best in the business including two chartered Civil Engineers,” he said. “Many of our Civil Engineering graduates have progressed to some of the top jobs in the construction industry in Northern Ireland and further afield.

“Because of our Civil Engineering provision at NWRC we are one of only two colleges in Northern Ireland accredited by the Joint Board of Moderation. The JBM and the external examiners throughout the past few years have made particular note of our Civil Engineering laboratory and practical course provision.

“Our students have attained Quest scholarship grants of £1,500 from the Institution of Civil Engineers and most recently a number of our students were awarded scholarships by renewable energy group, Gaelectric.”

The college offers a Higher National Certificate in Civil Engineering. If you are considering a career in Civil Engineering please visit our course details and submit an application form:

http://apps.nwrc.ac.uk/web/courses/search/details.aspx?sa=CONBUE


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