What is civil engineering? Put quite simply, civil engineering refers to the design, construction and maintenance of public works. Think roads, bridges, canals and dams, to the motorways and transport systems we use to....
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The aim of this course is to prepare learners for one year access course in civil engineering at level 3. You will achieve an OCN (Open College...moreFrom £4,713.60
Starting with an overview of early drainage attempts, this course focusses on the impact on local community of the major work drainage works carried...moreFrom £48.60
Our state-of-the-art facilities and unrivalled student support mean our student success rates are well above the national average.
This course provides an introduction to a range of technical information for civil engineering. You will learn about civil engineering subjects as...moreFrom £3,500
The Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Management (Sustainability) - Level 5 has been developed to allow Technicians from around the country who...more
The Civil Engineering sector is vast, ranging from the construction and design of roads and bridges, the rail network, utilities, coastal and flood...more
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In this course, you will need to have background knowledge of highways and mathematics. You will be given guidance and practice in the principles of...moreFrom £704
This programme is designed to provide the students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve the Water Regulations Certificate...moreFrom £195
You will also gain real work experience which will give you the practical skills and knowledge to form a successful career in your chosen industry.
This course is ideal if you would like to work in the civil engineering industry. It covers all the key subject areas and gives you a very good...moreThis course might be free