- Oct. 24, 2019
-- A Construction Manager is one of the most fundamental members of any building project. From choosing the location right through to the grand opening, the Construction Project Manager is involved in the entire process of building a new structure. Construction Managers earn an average starting salary of £27,000 while experienced Construction Managers' average income of £70,000, according to the National Career Service (https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/
. If you think you could lead a construction team but don't have the experience or qualifications you need, consider this Construction Management course.
An Advanced Diploma (https://www.theccm.co.uk/
is a great way to begin your career. Whether you want to go straight into work or progress to university, this qualification will help you there. The aim of the course is to give you a varied and thorough understanding of all aspects of Construction Management and to set you apart from the rest in the eyes of future employers. Advanced Diplomas are well-respected industry qualifications and employers value the skills that you gain on the programme. The Diploma can lead to a rewarding professional career for men and women in the construction industry.https://www.theccm.co.uk/courses-page/construction-management/