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INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE (JAN)

  • Start date:   January 2024
  • Level of Qualification:   SCQF Level 4
  • Course Type:   Short Full-time

INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE (JAN)

Please be aware this course is now full. If you apply, you will receive a course full email and if place was to become available we would be in contact but we cannot guarantee this. Some courses still have availability- please check the website for update information on course availability.

 

This course is suited to those thinking about a career in construction. It is an ideal course for school leavers to develop various construction-based skills, with a focus on designing and manufacturing products and developing cross over skills that can be used throughout the construction industry. It includes classroom and workshop-based activities and supports students on to further study or employment.

Start date – 22 January 2024

End date – 14 June 2024

SCQF Level - 4

Mode short full-time

Days: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
Times: 
9am – 4pm & Tuesday 9am -12noon
Duration: 
18 weeks

  • What the course includes

    You will develop skills and knowledge across various disciplines within the construction industry, including practical skills in a workshop environment. This will give you the a very good overall insight to some of the skills required across the construction sector.

Why choose this course

This course can help you progress into further study, an apprenticeship or employment within the construction industry. You will be taught by experts in the industry who specialise in a range of fields, meaning you can learn the skills needed for whatever construction route you choose. 

Entry requirements

  • National 3 mathematics, English and a technical/science subject
  • Interest in construction and willingness to learn

If English is not your first language, ESOL Level 5 is an entry requirement for this course.

  • Where it leads

    National Progression Award (NPA) construction or any SCQF level 5 courses in engineering, construction and automotive at West Lothian College.

Interview arrangements

The interview involves a practical skills test and a group interview. You will need to bring copies of your previous qualifications on the day. This is likely be to a phone or online interview.

Fees, Finance & Funding

There may be help available to assist with your study related costs. Impartial, confidential help and advice on financial matters is available from the Student Funding Team - including Bursaries, Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA), Student Awards Agency for Scotland, Student Loans Company and student support funds. Click here to find out more.

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Take that next step in your career and apply for this course today. If the course is not yet open for applications, feel free to ask any questions by clicking make an enquiry.