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School of Engineering, Science and Primary Industries

National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 6) Programme Codes:

Wintec: TE0709

Programme Level:

6

Credits:

245

Effective Date:

January 2012

MoE: ND5352

These regulations should be read in conjunction with the Institute’s Academic Regulations, clause 2 General Programme Regulations. 1. Transition Arrangements This programme replaces the Diploma in Technology (Built Environment). Candidates who have completed or partially completed the Diploma in Technology (Built Environment) will be eligible for transfer of credit towards this programme: see section 3.2 of these regulations. 2. Admission and Entry 2.1. Candidates are required to have gained:

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a minimum of 48 credits towards the NCEA Level 2 in four subjects, including a total of at least 12 credits in English and 12 credits in a combination of algebra and trigonometry, or New Zealand sixth form certificate in at least three subjects, with a grade of 5 or better in each subject (including English and mathematics), or New Zealand Trade Certificate in Carpentry or the National Certificate in Carpentry, or Be able to demonstrate equivalent industry knowledge and skills, or the Wintec Certificate in Technology (Level 4) or equivalent foundation programme

2.2. Alternatively, candidates who do not meet the above entry requirements may be granted entry into the programme after an interview to determine reasonable likelihood of success in the programme. Recommendations and/or requirements around supplementary learning or entry requirements may be made on an individual basis. 2.3 Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test Score (IELTS) of 6.0, with a minimum of 5.5 in the written band. 3. Transfer of Credit 3.1 Formal and informal transfer of credit is available for this programme. Candidates must consult with the Team Manager. 3.2 Candidates previously enrolled in the Diploma in Technology (Built Environment) will be eligible to receive transfer of credit for the modules listed in the following table:

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Diploma in Technology (Built Environment) module for which credit is sought MCTA401 Teamwork and Problem Solving

MCTA501 Building Construction MCTA502 Building Services, Materials and Finishes MCTA503 Writing for Built Environment

MCTA504 Construction Law MCTA509 Estimating A MCTA510 Measurement of Building Works MCTA511 Construction Planning & Programming MCTA512 Construction Site Management

MCTA519 Estimating B MCTA601 Environmental Technology MCTA602 Advanced Building Construction MCTA603 Advanced Building Services MCTA604 Building Contract Administration MCTA615 Advanced Construction Planning MCTA616 Advanced Construction site Management

National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 6) module for which credit is given TE09678 Formal Meetings TE09696 Problem Solving TE11101 Teamwork TE09671 Construction Methods for Small Buildings TE09667 Apply Services for Small Buildings TE09669 Materials and Finishes TE11095 Business Correspondence TE09701 Proposals TE09685 Analytical Reports TE09664 Building Law TE09663 Feasibility Study TE09632 Bidding Process TE10039 Measurement 1 TE09637 Construction Programming 2 TE10925 Survey Set Out TE09635 Quality Assurance TE14599 Safety Planning TE10042 Contract Negotiation TE09658 Estimating 1 TE09670 Environment TE09672 Construction Methods for Medium & Large Buildings TE09668 Apply Services for Medium & large Buildings TE09659 Tendering TE09661 Contract Administration TE09633 Construction Methodology TE09636 Construction Planning TE09639 Site Procedures TE09640 Site Management

4. Programme Requirements 4.1. Every candidate for the National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 6) shall to the satisfaction of the Academic Board follow a programme of study for a period of normally not less than four semesters. 4.2. Each candidate’s programme will comprise 28 compulsory modules, totalling 247 credits, as listed in section 8 of these regulations. 4.3. Candidates are required to attend a minimum of 80% of the total teaching hours in each year of the programme. 5. Progress through the Programme Candidates are required to successfully complete all Year One modules before proceeding to Year Two.

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6. Completion of the Programme A candidate may take up to five years to complete this programme unless an extension is granted by special permission of the Head of School/Centre Director. 7. Assessment Assessment in this programme is competency based, therefore, aegrotat consideration is not available. 8. Award of the Qualification Candidates who complete all requirements of this programme as required in section 4 of these regulations, will be eligible to apply to the New Zealand Qualifications Authority for the award of the National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 6). 9. Schedule of Modules Year One Module Code Module Title TE09632 Bidding Process TE09685 Analytical Reports TE09701 Proposals TE11095 Business Correspondence TE09678 Formal Meetings TE09696 Problem Solving TE11101 Teamwork TE09664 Building Law TE09667 Apply Services for Small Buildings TE10042 Contract Negotiation TE09669 Materials and Finishes TE09671 Construction Methods for Small Buildings TE09658 Estimating for Quantity Surveying 1 TE10039 Measuring for Quantity Surveying 1 Year Two Module Code Module Title TE09670 Environment TE09659 Tendering TE09661 Contract Administration TE09668 Apply Services for Medium &Large Buildings TE09672 Construction Methods for Medium & Large Buildings TE09633 Construction Methodology TE09635 Quality Assurance TE09636 Construction Planning TE09639 Site Procedures TE09640 Site Management TE10925 Survey Set Out TE09663 Feasibility Study TE09665 Building Projects TE14599 Safety Planning TE09637 Construction Programming 2

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Credits 15 5 3 3 4 4 4 10 10 10 10 15 10 15

Level 6 5 4 3 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 5

Credits 10 5 10 10 25

Level 5 5 5 5 6

15 5 5 5 10 5 5 5 5 15

6 5 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 6

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