Level 2 Diploma in General Construction Operations

Course Content

The course is designed for progression students who wish to gain a hands-on appreciation of Core Craft and associated fields of study surrounding, General Construction Operations, Sustainable Building, Social Issues and Entrepreneurial Skills to increase and enhance your employability Skills. You will acquire the introductory knowledge and skills relevant to the construction industry in the above disciplines whilst working in a supportive environment.

Students learn through a combination of practice workshops; classroom sessions; individual guided learning and support; and independent study. The emphasis is on the core and associated skill requirements where competency will be assessed to occupational standards and knowledge tested. The tutors provide ongoing feedback. All learners will sit a final test to pass the course either on-line or written dependant on awarding body requirements.

Special Features

Students learn through a combination of practice workshops; classroom sessions; individual guided learning and support; and independent study. The emphasis is on the core and associated skill requirements where competency will be assessed to occupational standards and knowledge tested. The Tutors provide ongoing feedback. All learners will sit a final test to pass the course either on-line or written dependant on awarding body requirements.

Entry Qualifications

Qualification requirements are a minimum of grades D in literacy and numeracy is required or at least three year practical experience. Applicants should show a keen interest in the construction industry and in particular your own chosen area, along with listening skills and the ability to attend punctually. As appropriate, learning support is available to students.

Progression

Successful completion of the course could lead to further vocational training and learning, all assisting you to progress toward your required employability skills

Note: The relevant functional skill qualifications must be gained to qualify for progression

Contact

For enquiries please contact the College on 0161 908 6789 or web: www.tameside.ac.uk/contact.


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