APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMMES

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UCEM offers the following apprenticeship degree programmes, delivered by supporting online learning. Development of the required knowledge, skills and behaviours for all apprenticeships happens through a combination of workplace training provided by the employer and off-the job training provided by UCEM. It’s important that the employer is able to provide their apprentices with relevant workplace experience in order for the requirements of the end point assessment to be met.

Chartered Surveyor

Overview

The aim of this apprenticeship is to provide apprentices with the knowledge, skills and behaviours to pass the RICS Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) and become a Chartered Surveyor (MRICS). The combination of on-the-job learning in the workplace and both formal and informal off-the-job training is vital for this to happen.

The qualification studied on this apprenticeship can either be a BSc (Hons) or MSc depending on academic qualifications. UCEM offer the following pathways for both routes.

Full module information, academic entry requirements and further details can be found by clicking on the relevant programme brochure (the links can be found in the table below).

Distinct Apprenticeship Pathway MRICS pathways available as the end-point assessment UCEM degree included (RICS Accredited)
Building Surveying
  • BSc (Hons) Building Surveying or
  • MSc Building Surveying
Quantity Surveying & Project Management
  • BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying or
  • MSc Quantity Surveying
  • BSc (Hons) Construction Management or
  • MSc Construction Management
Property
  • BSc (Hons) Real Estate Management or
  • MSc Real Estate

KEY INFORMATION

  • Study requirements: 15-20 hours of study a week for 42 weeks per year
  • Entry requirements for Chartered Surveyor BSc (Hons) route: 96 UCAS tariff points (or equivalent)
  • Entry requirements for Chartered Surveyor MSc route: a bachelor’s degree with honours at lower second standard (2:2) (or equivalent)
  • Apprentices also need: the right to work in England, meet Education and Skill Funding Agency residency status requirements, spend at least 50% of their working hours in England, be 18 years or over at the start of the programme and be directly employed in a job role that will enable the requirements of the apprenticeship to be achieved

For more detailed information view our programme brochures.

KEY DATES

Autumn 2021

  • Chartered Surveyor BSc (Hons) route application date: 31 August 2021 to start 27 September 2021

Spring 2022

  • Chartered Surveyor BSc (Hons) route application date: 14 February 2022 to start 28 March 2022
  • Chartered Surveyor MSc  route application date: 31 January 2022 to start 28 March 2022

BUILDING CONTROL

Overview

The Building Control Surveyor Degree Apprenticeship is a Level 6 apprenticeship that includes a BSc (Hons) Building Control degree. This apprenticeship develops the knowledge, skills and behaviours required for a career as a building control surveyor. After completing this apprenticeship, apprentices will be able to apply for membership of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

KEY INFORMATION

  • Study requirements: 15-20 hours of study a week for 42 weeks per year
  • Entry requirements: 96 UCAS tariff points (or equivalent)
  • Apprentices also need: the right to work in England, meet Education and Skills Funding Agency residency status requirements, spend at least 50% of their working hours in England, be 18 years or over at the start of the programme and be directly employed in a job role that will enable the requirements of the apprenticeship to be achieved

KEY DATES

Autumn 2021

  • Application date: 31 August 2021 to start 27 September 2021

Spring 2022

  • Application date: 14 February 2022 to start 28 March 2022

Construction Site Management

Overview

This apprenticeship is suitable for:

➜ those that have completed their level 4 construction site supervisor apprenticeship

➜ those looking to develop themselves at degree level

On completion of this apprenticeship, an apprentice will be awarded an BSc (Hons) Construction Management degree and an apprenticeship completion certificate. They will also be able to apply for membership of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

KEY INFORMATION

  • Study requirements: 15-20 hours of study a week for 42 weeks per year
  • Entry requirements: 96 UCAS tariff points (or equivalent)
  • Apprentices also need: the right to work in England, meet Education and Skills Funding Agency residency status requirements, spend at least 50% of their working hours in England, be 18 years or over at the start of the programme and be directly employed in a job role that will enable the requirements of the apprenticeship to be achieved

KEY DATES

Autumn 2021

  • Application date: 31 August 2021 to start 27 September 2021

Spring 2022

  • Application date: 14 February 2022 to start 28 March 2022