Eastleigh College has moved to online learning, as such campuses are closed to the vast majority of learners. The College remains open (including over the Easter holiday period) for 16-18 learners of key workers, and those learners with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). However, for both categories, learners are asked to stay at home where it is safe to do so. Consistent with public health advice, learners and staff are asked to follow public health guidance and the steps outlined via the 'read more' button.
Building surveyors work a range of projects including residential, commercial and agriculture to provide professional advice on land, property and construction. They assist at any stage of a development, from design and building through to restoration or maintenance. The aim of their work is to keep buildings in the best condition while making building work sustainable.
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This full-time programme is run over three days per week, and will require some additional work outside…
Building Services Engineering Technicians job titles can include; Assistant Project Engineer, Assistant…
Construction Site Engineering Technician's job titles can include: Assistant Site Engineer, Assistant…
|Job Role||Architect||Quantitiy Surveyor||Site Manager||Civil Engineer||Building Services Engineer||Charted Surveyor|
|Average Salary||£42, 536||£31, 928||£42, 538||£44, 200||£35, 006||£38, 917|
Our classrooms are supplied with up to date surveying equipment, along with the latest IT facilities and software. The staff are fully qualified and have experience in Site Management, Civil Engineering and Architecture.
We have excellent achievements at the Level 3 Extended Diploma and the Level 4 HND here at the College, and many students are able to get an apprenticeship or employment with local employers.
Local businesses support Eastleigh College’s annual ‘Chippy of the Year’ awards celebrating the hard work and successes of the college’s carpentry and joinery students and apprentices.
Carpentry and joinery students from Eastleigh College have helped to save a local charity £12,000 by putting their skills to good use carrying out out essential maintenance and decorating.