Are you READY to join the Design Engineer & Construct world!

Then this Foundation certificate in Design Engineer & Construct (DEC) is just the course you need to get you ready to be creative and inspiring in the Built Environment world. Through a project based approach DEC applies academic subjects to the latest construction industry practices. This course gives young people a real world practical experience and employability skills.

Units you will cover are as follows:- Unit 1: Defining a Sustainable Construction Project – 3 credits (20 GLH) – J/505/5438

  1. The candidate will understand issues related to sustainability in construction projects
  2. The candidate will understand issues related to the local community in construction projects

Unit 2: Roles in Construction Teams – 7 credits (60 GLH) L/505/5439

  1. understand the importance of teams in construction projects
  2. understand the role of the architect
  3. understand the role of the building services engineer
  4. understand the role of the landscape designer
  5. understand the role of the site engineer
  6. understand the role of the facilities manager

Unit 3: Producing a Technical Design and Sharing Information – 3 credits (20 GLH) F/505/5440

  1. The candidate will use BIM to produce realistic buildings
  2. The candidate will be able to share information effectively

Unit 4: Planning, costing and presenting a sustainable building project – 3 credits (20 GLH) J/505/5441

  1. understand issues associated with planning legislation and controls
  2. understand issues associated with procurement for a construction project
  3. be able to make effective presentations

Are you READY to join the Design Engineer & Construct world!

Then this Intermediate Certificate in Design Engineer & Construct (DEC) is just the course you need to get you ready to be creative and inspiring in the Built Environment world. Through a project based approach DEC applies academic subjects to the latest construction industry practices. This course gives young people a real world practical experience and employability skills.

Units you will cover are as follows:-

Unit 1: Defining a Sustainable Construction Project – 5 credits (40 GLH) R/505/5443

  1. The candidate will understand a client’s needs
  2. The candidate will be able to formulate project briefs
  3. The candidate will understand the constraints on projects
  4. The candidate will be able to draft plans

Unit 2 Developing a sustainable construction project – 4 credits (30 GLH) Y/505/5444

  1. The candidate will be able to develop feasible proposals from needs analysis
  2. The candidate will produce technical support collateral for the project
  3. The candidate will support development of a project concept

Unit 3: Delivering a Sustainable Construction Project – 4 credits (30 GLH) D/505/5445

  1. The candidate will be able to carry out a project
  2. The candidate will be able to respond to technical issues

Unit 4: Evaluating a Sustainable Construction Project – 3 credits (20 GLH) H/505/5446

  1. The candidate will be able to compare intentions with outcomes
  2. The candidate will transfer project evaluation to other contexts

Are you READY to join the Design Engineer & Construct world!

Then this Foundation certificate in Design Engineer & Construct (DEC) is just the course you need to get you ready to be creative and inspiring in the Built Environment world. Through a project based approach DEC applies academic subjects to the latest construction industry practices. This course gives young people a real world practical experience and employability skills.

Unit 1: Defining a Sustainable Construction Project – 12 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Research and convey the project remit.
  2. Set standards for sustainability in a construction project.
  3. Define site information required at pre-design phase.

Unit 2: Developing a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Prepare a design brief and take steps to appoint an effective design team.
  2. Use building information modelling techniques for concept design.
  3. Prepare information and resources needed to support a planning application.

Unit 3: Support Design, Structural and Services aspects of a Sustainable Construction Project – 8 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Use building information modelling techniques to develop the design
  2. Use building information modelling techniques to develop structural elements of a building project
  3. Use building information modelling techniques to develop building services elements of a building project

Unit 4: Lifecycle and Financial Planning for a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Use building information modelling techniques to support the operational management of a building.
  2. Understand cost analysis and financial control.
  3. Produce a budget for a complex building project.

Unit 5: Evaluating and Documenting a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Make objective comparisons between construction methods.
  2. Communicate outcomes from professional perspectives.
  3. Make a presentation of a summary report to a critical audience.

Are you READY to join the Design Engineer & Construct world!

Then this Foundation certificate in Design Engineer & Construct (DEC) is just the course you need to get you ready to be creative and inspiring in the Built Environment world. Through a project based approach DEC applies academic subjects to the latest construction industry practices. This course gives young people a real world practical experience and employability skills.

Unit 1: Defining a Sustainable Construction Project – 12 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Research and convey the project remit.
  2. Set standards for sustainability in a construction project.
  3. Define site information required at pre-design phase.

Unit 2: Developing a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Prepare a design brief and take steps to appoint an effective design team.
  2. Use building information modelling techniques for concept design.
  3. Prepare information and resources needed to support a planning application.

Unit 3: Support Design, Structural and Services aspects of a Sustainable Construction Project – 8 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Use building information modelling techniques to develop the design
  2. Use building information modelling techniques to develop structural elements of a building project
  3. Use building information modelling techniques to develop building services elements of a building project

Unit 4: Lifecycle and Financial Planning for a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Use building information modelling techniques to support the operational management of a building.
  2. Understand cost analysis and financial control. 3. Produce a budget for a complex building project.

Unit 5: Evaluating and Documenting a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Make objective comparisons between construction methods.
  2. Communicate outcomes from professional perspectives.
  3. Make a presentation of a summary report to a critical audience.

Are you READY to join the Design Engineer & Construct world!

Then this Foundation certificate in Design Engineer & Construct (DEC) is just the course you need to get you ready to be creative and inspiring in the Built Environment world. Through a project based approach DEC applies academic subjects to the latest construction industry practices. This course gives young people a real world practical experience and employability skills.

Units you will cover are as follows:- Unit 1: Defining a Sustainable Construction Project – 3 credits (20 GLH) – J/505/5438

  1. The candidate will understand issues related to sustainability in construction projects
  2. The candidate will understand issues related to the local community in construction projects

Unit 2: Roles in Construction Teams – 7 credits (60 GLH) L/505/5439

  1. understand the importance of teams in construction projects
  2. understand the role of the architect
  3. understand the role of the building services engineer
  4. understand the role of the landscape designer
  5. understand the role of the site engineer
  6. understand the role of the facilities manager

Unit 3: Producing a Technical Design and Sharing Information – 3 credits (20 GLH) F/505/5440

  1. The candidate will use BIM to produce realistic buildings
  2. The candidate will be able to share information effectively

Unit 4: Planning, costing and presenting a sustainable building project – 3 credits (20 GLH) J/505/5441

  1. understand issues associated with planning legislation and controls
  2. understand issues associated with procurement for a construction project
  3. be able to make effective presentations

Are you READY to join the Design Engineer & Construct world!

Then this Intermediate Certificate in Design Engineer & Construct (DEC) is just the course you need to get you ready to be creative and inspiring in the Built Environment world. Through a project based approach DEC applies academic subjects to the latest construction industry practices. This course gives young people a real world practical experience and employability skills.

Units you will cover are as follows:-

Unit 1: Defining a Sustainable Construction Project – 5 credits (40 GLH) R/505/5443

  1. The candidate will understand a client’s needs
  2. The candidate will be able to formulate project briefs
  3. The candidate will understand the constraints on projects
  4. The candidate will be able to draft plans

Unit 2 Developing a sustainable construction project – 4 credits (30 GLH) Y/505/5444

  1. The candidate will be able to develop feasible proposals from needs analysis
  2. The candidate will produce technical support collateral for the project
  3. The candidate will support development of a project concept

Unit 3: Delivering a Sustainable Construction Project – 4 credits (30 GLH) D/505/5445

  1. The candidate will be able to carry out a project
  2. The candidate will be able to respond to technical issues

Unit 4: Evaluating a Sustainable Construction Project – 3 credits (20 GLH) H/505/5446

  1. The candidate will be able to compare intentions with outcomes
  2. The candidate will transfer project evaluation to other contexts

Are you READY to join the Design Engineer & Construct world!

Then this Foundation certificate in Design Engineer & Construct (DEC) is just the course you need to get you ready to be creative and inspiring in the Built Environment world. Through a project based approach DEC applies academic subjects to the latest construction industry practices. This course gives young people a real world practical experience and employability skills.

Unit 1: Defining a Sustainable Construction Project – 12 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Research and convey the project remit.
  2. Set standards for sustainability in a construction project.
  3. Define site information required at pre-design phase.

Unit 2: Developing a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Prepare a design brief and take steps to appoint an effective design team.
  2. Use building information modelling techniques for concept design.
  3. Prepare information and resources needed to support a planning application.

Unit 3: Support Design, Structural and Services aspects of a Sustainable Construction Project – 8 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Use building information modelling techniques to develop the design
  2. Use building information modelling techniques to develop structural elements of a building project
  3. Use building information modelling techniques to develop building services elements of a building project

Unit 4: Lifecycle and Financial Planning for a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Use building information modelling techniques to support the operational management of a building.
  2. Understand cost analysis and financial control.
  3. Produce a budget for a complex building project.

Unit 5: Evaluating and Documenting a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Make objective comparisons between construction methods.
  2. Communicate outcomes from professional perspectives.
  3. Make a presentation of a summary report to a critical audience.

Are you READY to join the Design Engineer & Construct world!

Then this Foundation certificate in Design Engineer & Construct (DEC) is just the course you need to get you ready to be creative and inspiring in the Built Environment world. Through a project based approach DEC applies academic subjects to the latest construction industry practices. This course gives young people a real world practical experience and employability skills.

Unit 1: Defining a Sustainable Construction Project – 12 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Research and convey the project remit.
  2. Set standards for sustainability in a construction project.
  3. Define site information required at pre-design phase.

Unit 2: Developing a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Prepare a design brief and take steps to appoint an effective design team.
  2. Use building information modelling techniques for concept design.
  3. Prepare information and resources needed to support a planning application.

Unit 3: Support Design, Structural and Services aspects of a Sustainable Construction Project – 8 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Use building information modelling techniques to develop the design
  2. Use building information modelling techniques to develop structural elements of a building project
  3. Use building information modelling techniques to develop building services elements of a building project

Unit 4: Lifecycle and Financial Planning for a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Use building information modelling techniques to support the operational management of a building.
  2. Understand cost analysis and financial control. 3. Produce a budget for a complex building project.

Unit 5: Evaluating and Documenting a Sustainable Construction Project – 10 credits (60 GLH)

  1. Make objective comparisons between construction methods.
  2. Communicate outcomes from professional perspectives.
  3. Make a presentation of a summary report to a critical audience.