Level 3 Apprenticeship in Civil Engineering Technician

  • cost

    COST

    £14,000

  • Awarding Body

    AWARDING BODY

    Pearson

  • Location

    LOCATION

    Various throughout the North East

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    DURATION

    36 months (+3 months EPA)

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START DATE

  • Various
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COURSE CONTENT

This level 3 Civil Engineering Technician apprenticeship standard is suitable for those who are going to work for clients, consultancies, and contractors to support in the design, creation and connecting of the world around us, making the villages, towns and cities work for the people that live in them, and are playing an ever-increasing role in safeguarding and improving the environment into our future.  All candidates should have a creative and analytical outlook that can be applied to the workplace.

On programme qualifications:

BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Civil Engineering

The apprenticeship consists of work based and classroom learning to support learners though their on-programme qualifications and end point assessment.

Possible progression routes:

Level 4 Construction Site Engineering Technician

Level 4 Construction Quantity Surveying Technician

Level 4 Construction Site Supervisor

Level 4 Construction Design and Build Technician

 

Possible job roles:

Assistant technician 

Civil engineering technician 

Civil infrastructure technician 

Civil/structural technician 

Construction technician 

Design technician 

Engineering technician 

Highways technician 

Junior site technician 

Site technician 

Structural technician

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Employment in a suitable role for the chosen apprenticeship is essential. Northern Skills Group will work with applicants to help find a suitable employer where possible, but we advise anyone looking to undertake an apprenticeship to actively seek employment for themselves.
  • Applicants are required to have gained a Level 2 English and Maths (GCSE Grades 9-4 / A-C).  Certificates will need to be produced at enrolment.  If proof cannot be produced or you do not meet these entry requirements, then applicants will be invited to complete an initial assessment prior to acceptance.  An interview will take place.
If you do not have a grade 9 to 4 in English and / or Maths (grade A-C for previous GCSE measures) you will be required to continue studying these subjects

ASSESSMENT METHODS

This qualification is assessed through a mixture of assignments and exams delivered over 2 or 3 years day release.

The EPA (end-point assessment) process consists of a technical project report and presentation with questioning.

UNITS INCLUDE

Some of the typical units that will studied at college during your day release are.

  • Health and safety in construction
  • Construction Principles
  • Construction design
  • Surveying in construction

Whilst at work you will be developing your skills in your area of specialism such as.

  • Traffic and highways
  • Bridges
  • Water Supply
Regeneration and development

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