This nationally recognised course has been designed to provide all the knowledge and understanding necessary for a career in construction management.

  • Understanding industry processes.
  • Two years part-time - two evenings a week at the Dunfermline campus.

This is a mainly theory-based course which includes important knowledge and skills for successful employment. These are studied in the context of both practical and theoretical classes, including the following:

  • Building Services in Large Buildings
  • Construction Materials & Specification
  • Construction Site Surveying
  • Construction Technology - Substructure
  • Construction Technology - Industrial & Commercial Superstructure 
  • Site Administration
  • Construction Contracts: Conditions and Procedures
  • Health & Safety
  • CAD: 2D I
  • Construction Technology: Domestic Construction 
  • Quality in Construction
  • Construction Management Graded Unit

One of the following:

  • One Higher at Grade C or above plus three National 5s at Grade C or above which must include Maths.
  • Foundation Apprenticeship: Civil Engineering SCQF Level 6.
  • National Certificate: Built Environment SCQF Level 6.
  • Another relevant course at SCQF Level 6.
  • Successful completion of the School-College Partnership course Pre-MA/Pathway to HE in Built Environment (Fife schools only).
  • Relevant industry experience and/or other qualifications will be considered on an individual basis with an employer reference to support application. 
  • HND Construction Management at another College. 
  • Site Manager
  • Clerk of Works
  • Building Control
  • Quality Control 

General stationery including:

  • Calculator
  • Scaled Ruler, rubber & sharpener
  • Sketch Pad - approx. £5
  • Mechanical Pencil - approx. £3
  • Coloured Pencils 
  • Highlighters 
  • You may be required to take part in an informal conversation as part of the application process. This group/individual conversation may be an information session, a portfolio discussion, or a skills based exercise.
  • Proof of qualifications must be brought to this, as well as suitable portfolios of work/thematic presentation to evidence your suitability against course content.