- Type: T Levels | Construction & Civil Engineering | Vocational Courses
- Level: 2
- Study Mode: Full-time
- Start: September 2022
- Time: 9.30am – 4:30pm
- Duration: 1 year
About the course
The aim of the Transition Programme is to ensure you develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours essential to progress on to our T Level programme. On your course you will gain an understanding of the construction industry and the roles each of the professions play in a construction project. You will also be required to further develop your English and Maths to the required standard to be able to progress on to the T Level.
English – 3
Maths – 3
How much does it cost?
Free to those aged 16-18. If you are aged 19+ you can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan.
There is a range of financial support that you may be entitled to, including: Learner Support funds, grants and bursaries and employer support.
Throughout the course you will take part in a range of activities working both as part of a group and independently. You will develop practical design skills and a deeper understanding of how to apply mathematical principles in a construction context. There will be opportunities to take part in surveying and civil engineering activities as well as a requirement to take part in a construction project.
Our students each year take part in a national design competition with the Ministry of Building Innovation and Education. We also took part in a suicide prevention campaign liked to the construction industry.
We have strong links with the following companies:
- HTS Group
- Wilmott Dixon
Where will this course take me?
If you move onto the Level 3 you will then be able to gain UCAS points and move on to HE.
- Land Surveyor
- Quantity Surveyor
- Civil Engineer
- Site Manager
- Construction Technology
- Construction and Design
- Scientific and Mathematical Applications for Construction
- Sustainability in Construction
- Exploring Surveying
- Exploring Civil Engineering
- Projects in Construction
How will I be assessed?
Will include a wide range of assessment methods including written assignments, videos, professional discussions and posters.
I'm interested. What should I do now?
Call 01279 868100 and talk to an Admissions Adviser
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