Domestic (approx.) $7,141.00 (this includes a student levy of $266 per year for access to student services). Fees may vary, please contact us for more information.
10 months full-time or 18-20 months part-time
5 - 7 years of professional practice experience
Full-time 20 hours of study per week; part-time 10 hours of study per week
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.
As a graduate, you’ll demonstrate an advanced ability in general construction management, and be able to develop construction plans and methodologies, and display critical thinking capabilities and an organised approach to problem solving.
Study for free during 2022!
Domestic students can study this programme for free during 2022 due to the Government's Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF).
- TTAF just covers your tuition fee cost. You'll still need to pay for any additional course-related costs such as textbooks or protective footwear.
TTAF will only cover whatever study component you do during 2022. You may be eligible for some additional tuition fees cover under the Government's Fees Free scheme for some of your remaining study.
Fees Free is also just for domestic learners. This scheme normally pays for your first year of study if you’ve never been enrolled in tertiary study over 60 credits at Level 3 or higher in New Zealand. The Government have confirmed that TTAF does not impact on a learner’s entitlement to also access the Fees Free scheme.
So, you’ll be covered by TTAF for your 2022 study and, if you would have originally been eligible for Fees Free, you’ll be able to access that to cover some of your remaining study.
You can check your Fees Free eligibility here >
Please note: Fees Free only covers your tuition fees. You would still need to pay for things like accommodation, living costs and placement transport costs.
The Capable NZ difference
The Capable NZ process centres you and your own career – you’ll reflect on where you’ve come from, where you are now, and where you want to go.
- identify early experiences and influences that have shaped you, and how these relate to your working life
- analyse your work and life experiences and skills, and evaluate your strengths and capabilities
- identify, access and research relevant practice theories, models, tools, frameworks, and reflect on how these might inform and influence your work
- complete in-depth case studies that critically explore and analyse key learning experiences from your work or community life, and align these with academic research
- undertake learning to fill any gaps in your knowledge or experience.
One key point of difference with Capable NZ study is that you complete in-depth case studies to critically analyse learning experiences from your career or community life and consider how these meet the requirements of your chosen qualification.
Multi-year enrolments from 2022
From 1 January 2023, Otago Polytechnic joins Te Pūkenga, a new national network of vocational and applied education in Aotearoa New Zealand. You will learn in the same way, in the same place, and with the same people. The great news is that this enables us to share skills and knowledge across a network of passionate education providers, to better help you succeed. All learners who start multi-year programmes of study prior to this change, continuing into 2023 and beyond, will graduate with a dual-institution qualification, representing both Otago Polytechnic and Te Pūkenga.