LMQ Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Quantity Surveying programmes are designed to develops knowledge and skills in areas such as building services in large buildings, construction technology: substructure and industrial/commercial superstructure, estimating, quantitative building studies: floors and roofs/ substructure and drainage and standard forms of construction contracts.
This is a stand-alone qualification, but there are entry requirements. Applicants must have obtained one of the followings:
LMQ Level 3 Foundation Diploma or GCE Advanced Level qualification with 3 passes. Any qualification which is at Level 3 or above, as notified on the NQF or QCF of the United Kingdom.
This qualification is equivalent to the following:
Framework for higher education qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
- Higher National Certificates (HNC), Certificates of Higher Education (CertHE)
Regulated Qualifications Framework for England and Northern Ireland
- Technical/Vocational Qualifications Level 4, Higher National Certificates (HNC)
Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales
- Higher National Certificates (HNC), Certificates of Higher Education (CertHE), Vocational Qualifications, Apprenticeships
National Framework of Qualifications for Ireland
- Advanced Certificate, Higher Certificate
Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework
- Higher National Certificates (HNC), Modern Apprenticeships, PDA, SVQ, Certificates of Higher Education (CertHE), Scottish Baccalaureate, Advanced Higher, Award
The successful candidates have wider opportunity to progress onto higher-level qualifications including LMQ Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Quantity Surveying. As this qualification is equivalent to HNC at Level 4 (QCF/RQF), the candidates are eligible to gain direct entry into Year 2 of the Engineering Bachelor’s degree programmes. Click here to see the progression opportunities.
LMQ Level 4 Higher National Certificate consists of 4 mandatory units for a combined total of 120 credits, 1200 hours Notional Learning Hours (NLH) for the completed qualification.
Notional Learning Hours (NLH) is defined as Notional learning hours include all the learning activities that are required to achieve the learning outcomes.
Credit value is defined as being the number of credits that may be awarded to a Learner for the successful achievement of the learning outcomes of a unit. One credit is equal to 10 hours of NLH.
|L/HNCQS/4021||Building services and Environmental Science||30|
|L/ HNCQS/4022||Building Survey and Inspection||30|
|L/ HNCQS/4023||Construction Practice||30|
|L/ HNCQS/4024||Cost Planning and Tender Process||30|
This qualification is expected to be delivered minimum of 12 months for full-time study. Centres should make sure the Total Qualification Times (TQM) or National Learning Hours (NLH) are covered as per the qualification requirements. This programme is flexible and delivered face-to-face, distance learning, through lectures, tutorials, seminars.