Our Courses

At City of Westminster College we pride ourselves on running inspiring and engaging courses, which develop your creative thinking and provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed. Our courses are designed with your employability in mind; from work placements and real-life projects to facilities mirroring industry, they provide an excellent launchpad for your future career.

We offer a diverse and exciting range of vocational and practical qualifications for you to choose from, across a wide range of subject areas. With courses for school leavers (16-18 year-olds) including A-levels, T-Levels and BTECs, courses for adults, Apprenticeships, Higher Education, short courses and work-based vocational learning, there's sure to be something for you at City of Westminster College - find your course below.

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Construction & the Built Environment

Construction is the creation of the built environment. It is everything  around us that is human-made such as houses, roads, bridges, sports stadiums and airports. 

If you are looking for a career in construction or civil engineering then our courses will help you realise that ambition.  You might be a school leaver or someone wanting to upskill.  

You’ll learn from teachers with industry experience and meet industry standards though practical hands-on training and theory of the trade.  Work experience is important so full-time 16-18 students take part in work experience and work-related projects with London-based construction engineering companies. 

In addition to the vocational learning, students are able to develop their English, Maths and employability skills to match the requirements demanded by industry and/or Higher Education. 

Do you know… 

If you are already employed in the construction and built environment sectors and looking to develop your design capability or career, there are Level 3 and Level 4 HNC part-time programmes suitable for this.  

Earning Potential…

Ranging from £18,000 at entry level up to £48,000 with the potential to earn more. 

What’s next? 

Upon successful completion of the Level 3 course, you can progress to an advanced/higher apprenticeship in a relevant area or the HNC in Civil Engineering offered at the College. You can also choose to study a degree at a university. Future job opportunities may include building inspector, charted surveyor, civil engineer, maintenance manager, project manager, site manager and more.

For more information on Construction & the Built Environment courses, please click on the links below.

Course Suitable for Categories
City & Guilds Level 1 Diploma in Construction Multi-Skills (Electrical & Plumbing) 16-18 F.E. Courses
HNC Civil Engineering Adults (Part-time), H.E. Students H.E. Courses
HNC in Building Services Engineering (HVAC) Adults (Part-time), H.E. Students H.E. Courses
HNC in Construction and the Built Environment (Construction) Adults (Part-time), H.E. Students H.E. Courses, Promoted
Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations Adults (Part-time) Short Courses
Pearson BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Extended Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment 16-18 BTEC Level 2
T Level in Building Services Engineering for Construction 16-18 T Level
T Level in Design, Surveying and Planning for Construction (Civil Engineering) 16-18 T Level