Start date:September 2024
Duration:2 years Part Time 1 year Full Time
Course type:Full and Part Time
Fees per year:Full-time £5,995; Part-time £2,998
Additional costs per year:None
Delivery Method:Face-to-face via Lectures, Seminars and Tutorials
HND Quantity Surveying for England (HTQ)
Some of our courses have been accredited by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education as HTQs. This means that the qualification has been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses, so that our students get the specific training, knowledge and skills required for their chosen career.
Our HND in Quantity Surveying is designed to reflect the increasing need for high-quality professional and technical education in this sector. Students will build on the Level 4 core knowledge, skills and techniques that all Quantity Surveyors need in the construction industry, develop a sound understanding of the principles in their field of study and will have learned to apply those principles more widely.
By the end of Level 5, students will have a sound understanding of the principles in their area of specialist study and will know how to apply those principles more widely in the business world.
Field trips and study visits will form part of your learning. Trips may include site visits to live projects.
On successful completion of the HND Quantity Surveying, students can develop their careers in the quantity surveying sector through:
Typical jobs in the sector, having achieved the HND are:
Assessments may include practical tests, portfolios of evidence, written assignments and presentations.
In 2021, a £9m Construction Centre – was completed to enhance the design and delivery of our comprehensive suit of construction courses from L2 to L5.
A typical profile for a student who has recently been in education would consist of:
Mature students may present a more varied profile of achievement that is likely to include extensive work experience (paid and/or unpaid) and/or achievement of a range of professional qualifications in their work sector.
Applicants may be invited to an interview to discuss their qualifications and experience.