Continuing professional development is vital for career success

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Nottingham Trent University offer a range of courses and training opportunities that provide continued accredited career development

Whether you’re competing for career progression or ensuring your business is a sector leader, finding the best training from the right provider is essential for success.

With this in mind, Nottingham Trent University (NTU) provides challenging, professionally-accredited part-time and short courses that are highly engaged in their respective industries.

Attendees come from a variety of backgrounds and have many different reasons for wanting to enhance their skills. They all, however, make the decision with care and high expectations. NTU takes these expectations seriously and aims to meet and exceed them. The part-time courses allow professionals to develop their skills and careers while still in employment and are conveniently held on the NTU campus in the centre of Nottingham.

Professionally accredited courses

The courses are professionally accredited and take advantage of a range of industry-level resources and equipment. Working in award-winning Newton and Arkwright studio spaces, you’ll have the latest software alongside ultramodern Heliodon, a model making studio, metal working and timber machining workshops. Civil engineering, construction and quantity surveying students have access to excellent resources for structural testing, materials science, soil mechanics and building engineering services.

The standard and relevance of NTU’s courses, the quality and international perspective of their staff and their extensive commercial links all help open doors to new and exciting career opportunities.

Their programme includes:

BIM and AutoDesk Revit

  • Introduction and top-up courses.

Civil engineering

  • Advanced Strength of Materials;
  • Advanced Structural Analysis;
  • Analysis and Design of Surface Structures;
  • Finite Element Analysis;
  • Health Monitoring and Rehabilitation of Surface Structures.

Construction management

  • Construction Health and Safety;
  • Initiating and Procuring of Projects;
  • Integrated Working;
  • Introduction to Lean;
  • Managing Construction Projects.

Property management

  • Building Pathology;
  • Conversion, Adaptation and Care of
  • Buildings;
  • International Property Markets Analysis;
  • Measurement;
  • Real Estate Funding and Finance;
  • Real Estate Management and Agency;
  • Real Estate Valuation and Appraisal.

For the full list of courses, dates and how to apply, visit the NTU website:

To find out more about their short courses, part-time studies, bespoke training and consultancy offers, contact the short course team in the School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment today.

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