Introduction to Sustainability in Construction
- Level(s) of Study: Short course
- Start Date(s): Monday 5 February 2024
- Duration: Two weeks, 20 hours per week
- Study Mode(s): Short course
- Campus: City Campus
This course allows you to immerse yourself in sustainability policies, strategies, and technologies. The current climate change challenge means that employers are looking for their employees to have the skills and understanding required to tackle sustainable development.
This course is for anyone currently out of work and looking to seek employment in the construction sector.
Green Skills Bootcamps
Our Green Skills Bootcamps are funded by The Department for Education under the Skills for Life programme. Granting eligible learners across the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, or Lincolnshire regions access to the technical training required to secure employment within the low-carbon construction sector.
Learn a range of transferrable skills that employers are looking for.
Develop your understanding of a range of sustainability strategies and technologies.
How you’re taught
Teaching and learning will take place using a flexible programme of workshops, demonstrations, seminar groups, and tutorials.
Campus and facilities
To apply for this course you must:
- be currently unemployed;
- be over the age of 19;
- live in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, or Lincolnshire;
- have a qualification in a built environment subject that is at least Level 3 with a minimum of 12 UCAS credits.
For most Skills Bootcamps, no previous knowledge in the subject is needed – you just need a good grasp of the English language and the willingness to learn new skills.
If you have any queries about this course, please email: email@example.com.
Fees and funding
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Ten weeks (6 hours per week)
*Our Green Skills Bootcamps are funded by The Department for Education, granting eligible learners across the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, or Lincolnshire regions access to the technical training required to secure employment within the low-carbon construction sector.