Construction management degree launched
A NEW foundation degree in construction site management has been unveiled by Anglia Ruskin University in association with the National Construction College Higher Skills@Work campaign. The fast-track, work-based degree is open to experienced construction
A NEW foundation degree in construction site management has been unveiled by Anglia Ruskin University in association with the National Construction College Higher Skills@Work campaign.
The fast-track, work-based degree is open to experienced construction sector employees looking to become construction site managers, or those already in the job seeking formal recognition of their skills.
The two-year course has been designed to minimise time away from work, with block-release sessions being conducted at the Anglia Ruskin campus in Chelmsford and the National Construction College at Bircham Newton, Norfolk. After completion, graduates will have the chance to progress to a full honours degree.
Andy Walder, director of the National Construction College, said: "This new course will offer people the chance to both learn new skills and have the talents that they already possess formally recognised.
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"It is important that everyone in the construction industry, including managers, receive first class training and together with Anglia Ruskin University, we are proud to be able to provide this.
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