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Construction Engineer

HND in Construction Management for England (Construction Design and Build Technician)


Student Finance Available




2 Years




September, February, June

Awarded Degree

HND in Construction Management for England (Construction Design and Build Technician)

Course Overview

Higher National Diploma (HND) in Construction Management propels you toward achieving your career aspirations in the global construction sector. The program is meticulously crafted to cultivate your specialized skills and knowledge, molding you into the consummate professional sought after by top employers in the construction industry.

Upon graduation, a myriad of career paths awaits you, including roles such as:

  • Assistant Design Co-ordinator

  • Design & Build Co-ordinator

  • Construction Site Supervisor

  • Construction Design Technician

  • Site Manager

  • Project Manager

  • Health & Safety Manager

  • Planning Supervisor


This course ensures you comprehend how technology is reshaping the construction landscape, positioning you to seamlessly work with cutting-edge technology. Additionally, you'll delve into contemporary issues confronting the industry, with a specific focus on sustainability and the environment, and understand the integral role construction plays in addressing these challenges.


Given that the construction industry is highly practical, technical, and hands-on, the teaching and learning methodologies of the course mirror these characteristics. You'll glean insights from real-life examples, engage in work-related learning, participate in practical sessions, conduct site inspections, and benefit from expert guest speakers from the sector—creating a vibrant and dynamic student experience.

For added flexibility, evening classes are available, contingent on meeting the minimum class size requirement.

Entry Requirements

Educational Requirements:

  • Possession of a Level 3 qualification or its equivalent.

  • Attainment of an Access to Higher Education Certificate.


English Proficiency:

  • Non-native English speakers or those who have not studied Level 3 in the United Kingdom are expected to demonstrate English proficiency at the CEFR B2 level.

Work Experience:

  • An exceptional entry route is available for candidates with 2 years of relevant work experience.


Applications From Students 21 and Above:

  • Applications are encouraged from students aged 21 and above, particularly those who do not meet the standard entry requirements but can showcase willingness and commitment to studying the subject at the university level. Additionally, applicants should provide evidence of academic, professional, or vocational experience in a related field.


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