Introduction to Sustainability in Construction
- Level(s) of Study: Professional / Short course
- Start Date(s): 17 January 2023
- Duration: Tuesdays 6 - 8.30 pm, ten weeks
- Study Mode(s): Short course
- Campus: City Campus
On this course you’ll learn about sustainability in the context of the construction industry, its environmental impact and the opportunities for building a sustainable future.
It’s useful for anyone in the construction sector who’s looking to develop their overall knowledge of sustainability.
This course is for anyone interested in construction policies, regulations and assessment strategies and the impact they are having on construction technology, the efficient use of resources and the promotion of health and wellbeing.
By the end of the course, you will:
- be able to demonstrate an awareness of sustainability policies, assessment strategies and related technologies
- have an understanding of the mechanisms of building energy, water and materials consumption
- be able to make logical recommendations based on the information available
- be able to demonstrate a range of transferable skills that be will valuable in the workplace.
What will I gain?
A CPD certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course.
Should the assessment be successfully completed, the course provides 5 undergraduate NTU credits.
Contact the short course team:
Telephone: +44 (0)115 848 2813
Please note: This course is also delivered through the Reskill & Recover project, which is funded by the European Social Fund. Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is pleased to offer free (fully funded) places on this course to support employees of small and medium businesses that are based in Nottinghamshire or Derbyshire. Please contact us for more information.
How you’re taught
This course is delivered by Yangang Xing.
Yangang is a senior lecturer in construction technology and building engineering services within the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment (ADBE) at Nottingham Trent University. He gained his PhD from the University of Salford.