The Construction and the Built Environment Extended Diploma is a work-related qualification reflecting the knowledge and understanding required in the industry:
You will be given the opportunity to apply your learning in a practical and realistic way. In addition to your main programme, you will study English and Maths. Depending on your grades on entry, you may study GCSE English or Maths.
This course is delivered through a mixture of classroom tuition, practical skills, guided assignment work and personal study.
You will complete the 90 Credit Diploma in your first year and continue to the Extended Diploma in your second year.
Plus, a selection of optional units including amongst others:
This course enables access to many vocational pathways such as architecture, building surveying, civil engineering and construction management.
Upon successful completion of the BTEC 90 Credit Diploma in Construction students can progress to the Extended Diploma in Year 2.
Degree level study such as the BSc (Hons) Construction Management or other construction discipline, Foundation Degree or Certificate in Higher Education in Construction.
Applications for September 2023 open now!
The application window for full-time courses and joint apprenticeship applications opened on Monday 3rd October at 12pm.
Before submitting your online application, make sure you have got an email address which you will check frequently and which is professional and appropriate for this purpose, and use this when you create your account. Submit the application as early as possible and remember to make a note of your USERNAME and PASSWORD details! You will need these later.
We have prepared a step-by-step video guide below – please view this video which will guide you through the application process.
If you have chosen the study programme you would like to apply for then you are almost there. We recommend that you read our handy application tips, watch our video and then make your application.
You can only apply for one full-time programme and one apprenticeship. You can do this together within the same application form, in what is known as a joint application.
Remember, you cannot study more than one core subject. For example, you would not be able to study two full-time programmes in different subjects simultaneously. You would take Plumbing or Music, not Plumbing and Music.
Your subject will be your primary qualification and forms the bulk of your programme of study.
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|Duration||Two years | Year 1: Foundation Diploma | Year 2: Extended Diploma|
|Campus / Adult Skills Centre||Colchester Campus|
|Start Date||September 2023|
|Applications||Applications opened on Monday 3rd October 2022|
|Fee(s)||16-18 year olds: Free|
19+: £8,583* (This fee covers the full two-year course)
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Courses fees are generally not confirmed for September until June / July due to the above factors.
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