City and Guilds Advanced Technician Diploma in Construction Course at Francistown College of Education (FCTVE)

City and Guilds Advanced Technician Diploma in Construction Course at Francistown College of Education (FCTVE)

What is Construction?

Construction is a general term meaning the art and science to form objects, systems, or organizations, and comes from Latin constructio and Old French construction. To construct is the verb: the act of building, and the noun is construction: how something is built, the nature of its structure.

Course breakdown

  • Health and safety.
  • Science and materials.
  • Building information modelling.
  • Building technology.
  • Renewable energy for housing.
  • Housing design project.
  • Digital technology.
  • Construction mathematics.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Level 3 applied courses?

Level 3 Applied courses are two-year courses which combine practical learning with the study of theory. Although each subject is related to a general area of employment, the skills you develop can be transferred to a wide range of careers. Level 3 Applied courses can be taken as: an Extended Certificate = 1 course.

What is a Level 3 diploma in construction contracting operations?

Qualification overview

This NVQ Level 3 in Construction Contracting Operations covers how to operate health, safety, welfare and information systems, develop and maintain working relationships and prepare programmes and schedules of work.

What is Level 3 extended diploma in construction?

The BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) is a Full-time Further Education course at an advanced level, where a range of construction modules are studied.

What is C3 certification?

C3 contains specific discussions on protecting workers, compliance with environmental regulations, proper management of waste streams, operations that result in potential exposures to lead and other hazards, and associated control technology.

What is Level 2 NVQ Diploma in construction and civil engineering Operations construction?

The NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Construction Operations and Civil Engineering (Groundworks) is designed for those that work in the construction sector, and who wish to demonstrate their competence in order to apply for the blue CSCS card.

What is a Level 2 Diploma in construction Operations?

This qualification covers the following areas: conforming to productive work practices; setting out secondary dimensional work controls; laying kerbs and channels; installing road drainage; excavating holes and trenches; and arranging and securing loads.

What is Level 2 construction?

The Pearson BTEC International Level 2 qualifications in Construction covers a variety of areas including building services, civil engineering and construction and the built environment. Units are also available to cover carpentry and joinery, faciliuties management, plumbing and electrical operations.

What is the highest NVQ in construction?

Qualification overview

This NVQ Level 7 in Construction Senior Management covers all aspects of higher responsibilities that senior managers have to control and will help progress your development and career.

What are levels in construction?

The term is also used in relation to ground preparation and excavation, i.e. ‘level an area’. This means that the ground is made flat and of an even grade. This is important if works are to be carried out on uneven or sloping ground.

What is level 8 in construction?

The SQA Advanced Diploma in Construction Management (SCQF level 8) covers construction industry fundamentals and planning, health and safety and human resource management in construction, managing construction organisations, and quality in construction.