New Zealand Diploma in Construction (Level 6) (Construction Management)
Are you an experienced construction management professional?
This qualification is awarded to learners with recognised knowledge and skills as an experienced practitioner in construction management. Usually, applicants are in current relevant employment or practicing in their chosen field.
People with substantial experience and learning in one or more of the following fields may be able to obtain all or part of this qualification via our Independent Learning Pathway:
- Construction Manager
- Construction Site Manager
- Construction Project Manager
- Construction Contract Administrator
- Project Builder
- Quantity Surveyor
- Construction Business Manager
- Construction Foreman
- Operations Manager – Building and Construction
- Construction Planner
- Construction Site Administrator
What is an Independent Learning Pathway?
An Independent Learning Pathway (ILP) is an internationally-recognised, academically-valid way of acknowledging the learning that individuals have gained through their extensive experience. Skilled facilitators help learners explore their own experiential learning, taking a holistic, integrated view of the expected outcomes in the graduate profile of this qualification.
In the innovative ILP process, learners identify, demonstrate, articulate and reflect upon the understandings and skills they developed through work and other relevant learning experiences. This is an opportunity to explore all aspects of work (paid and unpaid) and shape these into a Practice Framework. Our ILP process provides learners with an opportunity to professionally in competence and confidence. Reflecting upon experience can also offer valuable personal development as well as enabling learners to gain a qualification.
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Is ILP the pathway for me?
As a graduate of the New Zealand Diploma in Construction, you will be self-aware, motivated, flexible and an evidence-informed practitioner.
You will grow in understanding of your construction management practice whilst continuing to learn through the ILP process, and be able to contribute to the development of new knowledge and to your profession. You will demonstrate advanced level of general construction management skills, developing construction plans and methodologies, creating technical sketches and ensuring health and safety in the work environment.
Displaying well-developed, critical thinking capabilities, you will employ creative skills and apply them in an organised approach to problem solving.
You will demonstrate excellent understanding of knowledge of the roles, standard documentation and administrative requirements of the construction industry. As a graduate of this qualification, you will be self-directed, an effective learner, and have developed a cohesive integrated model of practice inclusive of professional standards and reflective practice.
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