Acquire the technical know-how and practical skills to equip you in effectively running and growing a commercial facility.
Domestic Student: $10,000 per year
International Student: $18,000 per year
A good mix of face-to-face classes and virtual interactions
On completing this programme, graduates will be awarded the New Zealand Diploma in Construction (Level 6) with strands in Construction Management, and Quantity Surveying [Ref: 2420].
Upon completion of the programme, students will be awarded the New Zealand Diploma in Construction (Level 6) with units in Construction Management, and Quantity Surveying.
Learners are required to demonstrate adequate skills – both literacy and numeracy (12 credits in Maths minimum and 12 literacy credits at NCEA Level 1 minimum), and/or have a relevant industry experience or a demonstrable relevant and equivalent knowledge and skills.
Meanwhile, international students are required to present an Academic IELTS exam with a minimum overall score of 6.0, with no band score less than 5.5. Alternately, international students can meet other acceptable evidence per NZQA’s English language requirements for international students.
The programme aims to instil theoretical knowledge and practical skills so learners have the capacity to handle residential and commercial building projects in terms of assisting for construction management and/or quantity surveying under the supervision of a qualified and experienced practitioner.
This course will train learners to not only plan, draft, and coordinate construction and building projects, but also to establish smart financial management and decision-making, meeting the many and varied requirements of New Zealand legislation, Codes of Practice, and New Zealand and Australian Standards.
The programme shall provide recognition of proven knowledge and skills for anyone actively working in relevant roles while learners in general shall have the valuable hands-on experience of assisting qualified professionals such as construction managers and quantity surveyors. Thus, setting the learners up in furthering their abilities to reach their relevant career aspirations.
On successfully completing the programme, learners will be able to:
Graduates of the Construction Management strand will also be able to:
Graduates of the Quantity Surveying strand will also be able to:
Learners who completed the course are qualified to work in the Construction trade with their capacity to perform construction management and quantity surveying function and responsibilities.
For detailed outlines about our courses, please download our digital brochure here.
Title: New Zealand Diploma in Construction (Level 6) with strands in Construction Management, and Quantity Surveying.
The programme comprises core (compulsory) modules covering the knowledge and skills in the core Graduate Profile Outcomes (GPOs). There are also specialised modules covering the strand students opt to choose.
Legislation and Regulatory Frameworks
Communication and Digital Technologies
Materials and Structural Principles
Quantity Surveying Strand Name
Measurement for Small Buildings
Measurement for Medium and Large buildings
Estimation for Buildings
Construction Management Strand Name
Provision of Site Services-I
Provision of Site Services-II
People Management: Leadership Principles-I
People Management: Leadership Principles-II
Communicating Technical Sketches