Civil and structural engineers work in a range of sectors, particularly the construction sector, on buildings of all kinds, transport and communications infrastructure. This includes bridges, roads, tunnels, canals and other large structures. They also work for employers involved in the production, storage and distribution of electricity, gas and water.

Civil engineers are employed by a wide range of contractors and consultancies and also work in-house for a variety of national and multinational organisations. There are many opportunities in the public sector, with local authorities, government departments and environmental organisations, where engineers are often involved in setting project specifications and drafting tender documents.

What will I Learn

N1

  • Plumbing/Bricklaying
  • Building Drawing
  • Building Science
  • Mathematics
N2

  • Plumbing/Bricklaying
  • Building Drawing
  • Building Science
  • Mathematics
N3

  • Building Construction
  • Building Science
  • Building Drawing
  • Mathematics
N4

  • Building Administration
  • Building & Structure Construction
  • Building & Structure Surveying
  • Quantity Surveying #
  • Mathematics
N5

  • Building Administration
  • Building & Structural Construction
  • Building & Structural Surveying
  • Quantity Surveying#
  • Mathematics #
N6

  • Building Administration
  • Building & Structural Construction
  • Building & Structural Surveying
  • Quantity Surveying #
  •   Mathematics #

 

What is the minimum entrance requirements

  • For N1 – Grade 12
  • N2- Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
  • For N4 – N3
  • For N2 – N1
  • For N5 – N4
  • For N3 – N2 /Technical Grade 12
  • For N6 – N5

Duration:

The duration of each level is THREE months. Therefore a TRIMESTER timetable is followed, with registration taking place
in January, April and August, enabling the successful student to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of one year.