Built Environment NC is an entry level course designed to teach you a basic understanding of the technical aspects in the construction industry. You will study full-time at Edinburgh College's Granton campus developing valuable skills in planning, evaluation, problem solving, research and analysis. These skills are transferable and will benefit you in future employment or study.
The Full time will mean attending Edinburgh Colleges Granton campus three days per week over one academic year.
There will also be a number of sessions that will be delivered remotely via Microsoft Teams.
COVID impacts on the current delivery and presently all course materials and delivery are on line.
You will be taught by staff with extensive experience in the built environment industry. This course will encourage career progression and enhance your career prospects. This course can work as a steppingstone to further study in the built environment sector.
- Domestic Building Services
- Groundworks and Substructures
- Superstructures and Finishes
- Computer Aided Drawing (CAD)
- Construction Calculations
- Construction Materials
- Health and Safety
- Sustainable Design for Architecture
- Site Work
- Measurement and Costing
- Modern Methods of Construction
- Project Management
- Mechanics in Construction
- Built Environment Project
- One pass in National 5 in Mathematics at grade c and above
- Level 1 Design, Engineer, Construct
English Proficiency Requirements
How the course is assessed
- You will be continually assessed throughout the course
- You will be tested on your theoretical and practical skills
Progression And Articulation Routes
- Built Environment HNC taught at Edinburgh College
- Apply for the Modern Apprenticeship Scheme
- Various entry level positions in the built environment industry
Course Cost And Funding Options
Edinburgh College Built Environment student Anita Bielatowicz is celebrating her first-year anniversary of working with planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore, after initially joining the company for a five-day work-placement.
“I am loving working for Barton Willmore” says Anita. “Although I probably have a much busier week than the typical third-year student, the ‘real life’ insights gained by working for a busy architectural consultancy is so different from what I am learning at university – and it also provides invaluable experience for future job prospects.”
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