Mode of study 1 lesson per week
Duration 30 Weeks
Campus London Road Campus
Start date 19 September 2024 Please note that day of week is just an indication at this stage and could be subject to change
Tuition Fee £3,713
Course code PLR4HCS001 (2426)
Runs on Tuesday

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Higher National Certificates (HNCs) / Higher Technical Qualifications (HTQs) can improve your career prospects

Higher National Certificates (HNCs) / Higher Technical Qualifications (HTQs) are work-related higher education qualifications that are highly valued by employers. HNCs/HTQs focus on 'learning by doing' and give you skills that are specific to your job.

An HNC/HTQ qualification related to the industry you work in will improve your professional status and count towards membership of professional bodies and other employer organisations.

Studying an HNC/HTQ is also perfect if you are progressing from college as you’ll learn the skills needed to move into your chosen career. An HNC/HTQ is a Level 4 qualification and is equivalent to one year of higher education study.

HNCs/HTQs are assessed through assignments, projects, and practical tasks that you complete throughout the course. If you complete an HNC/HTQ, the grades in each subject unit are shown as pass, merit or distinction.

Paul Henderson

Paul Henderson

HNC in Construction & the Built Environment
Previous Institution: Meole Brace School

I have recently been appointed as Contracts Manager with Bow Construction and wanted to further my knowledge. There are good facilities here and it feels very comfortable in the new HE Centre. I’m really enjoying the design element and learning about new innovations that are being used in construction. After I’ve completed the HNC I would like to go on to Wolverhampton University.

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Career Options

  • Construction and building trades supervisors

    Up to £40,000

  • Production managers and directors in construction

    Up to £52,000


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