Construction Quantity Surveying Technician
(including end point assessment period)|
at MediaCityUK, Dakota Avenue, M50 2PU|
job titles for this role can include Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Assistant
Construction Surveyor, Quantity Surveying Technician, Assistant Cost Engineer or
Assistant Cost Analyst. Construction Quantity Surveying Technicians are
associated with the monitoring and control of costs and contracts on
construction projects, and are based on sites or in offices.
main duties of a Construction Quantity Surveying Technician include assisting
senior managers with budgeting, control of cost, selection and management of
specialist contractors, mitigation of disputes, recording, control and reporting
of income and expenditure, valuation of progress, and assisting with legal and
apprenticeship standard also includes a Level 4 HNC in Construction and the
Built Environment (Construction).
What will you learn?
will develop a range of knowledge, skills and behaviors required to become a
successful Construction Quantity Surveying Technician. These include the
knowledge and skills to control health and safety, support with sustainability,
implement construction technology, manage contracts and procurement, control
cost, financial reporting and administration.
How is it delivered and assessed?
will attend college on a day release basis at FutureSkills at MediaCityUK,
Dakota Avenue, M50 2PU, where knowledge will be developed via taught sessions,
online learning and self-study. The HNC units to be delivered are:
- Construction Technology
- Science and materials
- Construction practice and management
- Construction information
- Legal and statutory responsibilities in
- Individual project
- Principles of alternative energy
- Principles of refurbishment
portfolio of evidence will be developed by the apprentice with the support of
the assessor. This portfolio will confirm the knowledge which has been
developed, the skills which are regularly applied in the workplace and the
behaviors demonstrated to be a successful construction site supervisor.
are required to undertake end point assessment. This will be an online
knowledge test, an agreed project, and a professional discussion to demonstrate
the knowledge, skills and behaviors developed over the programme.
- Level 4 HNC in Construction and the Built
- A previous Level 3 construction-based
apprenticeship. For example – Technical and Professional Advanced Level
- Candidates with a minimum of two A
levels will be considered.
- English and maths – level 2
must be in suitable employment and have the opportunity to develop the required
knowledge, skills and behaviors aligned to this apprenticeship standard.
Assessments will be carried out with employers to determine