|Course at QLS||Level 6|
|Course Duration||500 Hours|
|Endorsement||Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme|
|Pay in Instalment||Full Fee £ 270, Deposite £ 54, ( £ 18/month )|
Take the first step towards a fulfilling career in construction management today, with the help and support of Staff Training Solutions. This advanced Construction Certificate (Level 6) provides a fascinating introduction to the contemporary construction trade – ideal for anyone pursuing a career in construction management. Comprising 17 in-depth units, our endorsed Level 6 Construction Management Diploma is flexible enough for even the busiest lifestyles. Topics and knowledge areas covered include project planning, producing accurate cost estimations, construction site organisation, materials management, human resource management, building better relationships with vendors and many more besides. Start your journey in construction management today, or call the STS admissions team anytime to learn more.
Why Study Construction Management?
For some, the appeal of a construction career lies in the limitless job opportunities for qualified and capable candidates. In the UK alone, it’s estimated that the sector is responsible for more than 3 million permanent positions. For others, the dream is to establish a new construction business or consultancy from scratch. Whichever aspect of construction you choose to specialise in, self-employment opportunities are wide open at home and abroad. Careers in construction combine long-term job security with excellent earnings potential and the opportunity to make your mark on the world around you. However ambitious your objectives may be, you’ll be a step closer to achieving them with a Level 6 Diploma on your resume!
Staff Training Solutions specialises in flexible online training programs for ambitious learners from all backgrounds. This endorsed Level 6 Diploma in Construction Management comprises 17 units covering the subjects and knowledge areas outlined below:
Unit 1 - Construction Management - An Introduction
A broad introduction to the contemporary construction sector and the responsibilities of construction managers, along with the importance of high-quality project management in construction.
Unit 2 - Organisation of Construction Projects
Discusses a series of factors that can influence the organisation and efficiency of construction projects, presenting a detailed breakdown of the project lifecycle.
Unit 3 - Understanding Work Breakdown Structure
Examines the importance of breaking larger projects down into smaller and more manageable tasks, along with tips for creating and implementing an efficient work breakdown structure.
Unit 4 - Estimation Process and Aligning Resources for a Project
Candidates are then guided through the estimation process for construction projects, the use of various tools for producing accurate estimates and the importance of strategic resource allocation.
Unit 5 - Effective Project Planning
Good practice guidelines for effective project planning are then presented, including the use of network diagrams, the critical path method and the differences between CPM and PERT.
Unit 6 - Project Risk Management and Communication Plans
A crash-course introduction to risk management and communication planning in the construction sector, outlining how to identify, prioritise and control and a variety of risks.
Unit 7 - Cost Estimation
Discusses the importance of accurately estimating costs and the use of several major mathematical models for producing accurate estimates and managing budgets accordingly.
Unit 8 - Preliminary Site Investigation and Assessment
Details the various environmental, logistical and geological factors that must be considered when assessing the suitability of a site for a planned construction project.
Unit 9 - Site Organisation in the Construction Industry
Candidates learn how to organise a construction site safely, efficiently and with strong focus on productivity, while providing all key utilities and facilities needed by the workforce.
Unit 10 - Construction Equipment Planning
Examines the pros and cons of the primary approaches to procurement, discussing how to choose between leasing and purchasing in accordance with the requirements of the project.
Unit 11 - Management of Construction Equipment
A look at the different classifications of equipment on construction sites and their ongoing maintenance requirements, along with how to plan for repairs and the benefits of effective inventory planning.
Unit 12 - Management of Construction Materials
An introduction to material management, outlining its contribution to both project efficiency and site safety. Tools and techniques for improved material management on construction sites are presented and discussed.
Unit 13 - Human Resources Management
Explores the human resource management duties of the construction manager, including recruitment and selection, training and development, manpower planning and deployment.
Unit 14 - Storage Management
Discusses the safe and effective way to store equipment and materials on construction sites, introducing learners to several standardised storage management systems and related activities.
Unit 15 - Purchasing and Vendor Management
An overview of the major benefits of establishing good relationships with third-party vendors and contractors, along with how to vet potential service providers as part of the selection process.
Unit 16 - Quality Control for Construction Works
Essential guidelines for upholding appropriate quality standards while working on construction projects, including monitoring the performance of all suppliers and service providers.
Unit 17 - Legal Aspects of Contracting
The course ends with a look at contractual law in construction, discussing the various types of contracts used within the industry and what makes an agreement legally binding.
Construction careers provide limitless scope for progression for ambitious and capable candidates. Even with no prior knowledge or experience, it’s possible to advance to leadership level within the first couple of years. Construction and development companies are always searching for talented newcomers to add to their teams. Salaries vary significantly from one location and role to the next – anything from £25,000 to more than £50,000 with experience.
At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the components the learner has completed as part of the course).
This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.
Staff Training Solutions specialises in flexible career development courses for online learning. Our endorsed Level 6 Diploma in Construction Management could be the ideal study program for:
Enrol online with Staff Training Solutions today, or call our admissions team anytime to learn more about our endorsed Construction Management Diplomas.