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Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment provide short-courses for post-graduate study and CPD.
Develops students’ knowledge & understanding of the systems and processes of architectural practice.
Year of entry: 2023/24
This course covers how built asset management translates organisational objectives into property-related decisions, plans and actions.
This short course will develop your fundamental knowledge of concrete technology, with a focus on onsite practice.
This course focuses on fundamental aspects of law and contractual procedures affecting professional practice in the construction industry.
This course provides an insight into claims management and the consequences of failing to resolve issues that can escalate into a dispute.
This course provides core knowledge and understanding of the key concepts and lifecycle stages of emergency planning, response and resilience.
This course provides an introduction into how energy is measured, techniques for saving energy and how to influence those around us in saving energy.
This course focuses on advances in hydrogen safety technologies, including but not limited to prevention and mitigation strategies.
This course examines the strategic importance of infrastructure investment in terms of creating and maintaining sustainable and vibrant growth.
This course focuses on the application of organisation and management theory to construction projects.
This course provides knowledge & training to develop a range of food inspection competencies & to pass the CIEH accredited Practical Food Examination
This course focuses on the fundamentals of hydrogen safety applicable to existing and foreseeable hydrogen and fuel cell systems and infrastructure.
This course contextualises the infrastructure deficit and critically appraises the innovative approaches to procuring infrastructure.
This course is designed to allow participants to master the twin tracks of managing a construction project and leading a business organisation.
This course introduces the concepts of project management, examines the recognised practices involved in the project management function.
The aim of this course is to appreciate, analyse and evaluate current solar thermal and solar photovoltaic technologies.
This course introduces participants to the diverse sources, technologies and applications of energy from biomass.
This course identifies how an online digital communication strategy can enable an organisation to critically evaluate online performance.
This course will introduce participants to wind energy theory and technology, resource assessment and wind farm site development.