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The T Level in Construction is designed to ensure learners have the skills, knowledge and behaviours to succeed in the Construction Industry when working in the Design, Surveying and Planning area. The T Level in Construction: design, Surveying and Planning covers: * Construction techniques, modern methods of construction and project management * Surveying- using tapes, levels and a very high-tech "total station" with GPS * Sustainability- low carbon buildings, alternative energy and heat sources, Passivehouse * Law- planning law, landlord and tenant and contract law * Designing buildings to a client's specification
How will I know how I am doing?
You will study an Occupational Specialism, chosen from Design and Surveying, or Civil Engineering. You also need to have to have passed your GCSE Maths and English and have completed at least 315 hours of work placement to complete the T-Level.
How will I learn?
T Levels are demanding and an appetite for independent study is essential. There is a significant amount of Theory and also Industry Placement. Some of the methods you will learner through are: Theory classes with regular written assessments to complete Examination and evaluation of Construction case studies Working with others to present information internally in college and externally Careers talks and Industry updating from employers Industry Placement Information gathering and evaluation of external projects
Applicants will need to possess or have predicted 5 GCSEs at Grade 4 or above to include GCSE English Language and GCSE maths. Due to the nature of the qualification and study, GCSEs in Art and Design or Science may prove beneficial
What are my career options?
The T level is aimed at those who have a strong desire to work at management level in the construction industry. It can also lead to a degree course or Higher Apprenticeship in areas such as architecture, surveying or planning.
course information last updated: Wednesday 30th November 2022 @ 8.02am (22 hours ago)