Over 2 years (5th and 6th year)
Starts: August 2019
Ends: April 2021
Delivered at Brechin High School
Year 1: 1/2 Day Tue 9am-1pm and Wed 2pm-4pm
Year 2: 1/2 Day Wed 9am-1pm and Tue 2pm-4pm
Delivered at Grove Academy
Year 1: 1/2 Day Tue/Thur/Fri 2pm-4pm
Year 2: 1/2 Day Tue/Thur/Fri 2pm-4pm
Civil Engineers build and shape the world. It’s everything you see around us – from the roads and railways, to the schools, offices, hospitals and water supply. Civil engineering covers a huge range of jobs, like: civil engineering technician, quantity surveyor, town planner, structural engineer, construction manager and land surveyor. The industry’s workforce is ageing and there is a demand for new, young engineers to fill the skills gap.
What will I learn?
As part of your National Certificate, your mandatory topics will include:
• Civil Engineering Materials
• Civil Engineering Project
• Computer Aided Drafting: An Introduction
• Construction Site Surveying: An Introduction
• Health and Safety in the Construction Industry
• Mechanics for Construction: An Introduction
• Construction Engineering Mathematics
Your SVQ will be assessed as part of your work placement. You’ll achieve one of the following: develop and maintain working relationships and personal development in construction or maintain professional relationships and practice in built environmental design.
Your Foundation Apprenticeship will also help you to develop core skills valued by employers, particularly communication, problem solving, working with others and time management. These transferable skills are necessary and highly desirable for working in a range of other related jobs.
The Civil Engineering programme is designed for pupils starting their S5 year currently working towards or completed National 5 Mathematics or Physics and capable of progression to SCQF Level 6 Mathematics. All applicants must have a good level of written and spoken English and demonstrate a real interest in Civil Engineering.
Find out more about Foundation Apprenticeships at www.apprenticeships.scot
Find out more about what the college is offering by contacting our Academic Partnerships Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01382 834847
You can also speak to your school Guidance Teacher (Dundee schools) or Pupil Care and Support Teacher (Angus schools).