A personalised approach to construction and property management training at NTU

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Nottingham Trent University’s part-time studies programme offers professionally accredited courses to meet specific needs on a flexible schedule

Finding worthwhile training that can be taken at the same time as working full-time can be hard, but Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has come up with a novel approach.

If you can’t commit to full-time studies then you can attend NTU for a half-day per week (or a Saturday) on an individual module from its postgraduate programme, choosing subjects that suit your specific needs.

You can attend for a continuing professional development certificate or gain credit towards a postgraduate award in the future.

Whatever your motivation, you’ll be in good company.

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.

Their courses are professionally accredited and students take advantage of industry-level equipment for structural testing, materials science, soil mechanics and building engineering services.

And all this conveniently takes place on the NTU campus in the centre of Nottingham.

The following is just a small selection of what NTU has to offer professionals:

Construction Management

Collaborative Working.

Introduction to Construction Technology, Measurement and Cost.

Law for Construction.

Lean Construction.

Planning and Managing Construction Work.

Project Initiation.

Property Management

Building Pathology.

Building Technology.

Planning Practice.

Property and Construction Economics.

Real Estate Investment.

Real Estate Management and Agency.

Civil and Structural Engineering

Advanced Construction Materials.

Advanced Hydraulics and Hydrology.

Analysis and Design of Surface Structures.

Finite Element Analysis.

Geophysical and Geotechnical Investigation and Design.

Sustainable Transport Planning and Engineering.

Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Introduction to BIM and AutoDesk Revit.

To find out more about their part-time studies, or if you have any questions related to bespoke training or consultancy, contact the short course team in the School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment.

 

Nottingham Trent University

Tel: +44 (0)115 848 2813

cpdbe@ntu.ac.uk

www.ntu.ac.uk/cpdbe

Twitter: @ntuadbe

 

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