NC Civil Engineering can be taken as a two-year day
release (a system allowing employees days off work to go on educational
courses) or a full-time, one-year programme of study.
You will be taught by staff with extensive experience in the
civil engineering industry and gain a broad understanding
of technical topics needed to work as a civil engineer. You will
develop skills in planning, evaluation, define and problem solve,
research and analysis and work co-operatively. All the skills and
knowledge you acquire are transferable and will benefit you in either
further studies or employment.
- Civil Engineering Site Work
- Civil Engineering Technology
- Civil Engineering Project
- Computer-Aided Drafting: An Introduction
- Construction Site Surveying: An Introduction
- Health and Safety in the Construction Industry
- One pass at National 5 level grade C and above in Maths
- Design Engineering Construct – Level 1
English Proficiency Requirements
How the course is assessed
You will be continually assessed throughout the course.
Information on Test/Auditions/Interview Requirements
- You may be invited to an interview to assess if this is the correct course for you.
Progression And Articulation Routes
Download our progression route map here
- Successful completion of the course will allow progression
onto our HN courses
- HNC Civil Engineering taught at Edinburgh College
- Employment as a civil engineering technician
- Full time - three days (approx.) per week
- Day release - one day per week
Course Cost And Funding Options
Fee: £648 Granton part-time (year 2)Fee: £785 Granton part-time (year 1)
We caught up with former Edinburgh College civil engineering modern apprentice Keir Stanton, who worked on the construction of the new Queensferry Crossing bridge.
“Working on the bridge is a huge achievement and, now that it is finished, you can see the scale and the excitement in the media that it is opening. I feel proud to have been part of a great project with amazing people and to have attained knowledge, experiences and stories that will stay with me for a very long time. Driving over the bridge will be exciting, getting to see how everything has come together. But it is extra special when you know, firsthand, just how much hard work has gone into the construction."
This course will start on…
- Group A - Granton Campus - Monday 31st August at 8:30 AM (2020)
This course will end on...