PG Certificate in Mechanical & Electrical Quantity Surveying
IT Sligo are delighted to launch this new programme developed in partnership with the Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland (SCSI) to address the significant industry skills deficits in mechanical and electrical quantity surveying.
This Level 9 Post Graduate Certificate in M&E Quantity Surveying has been designed to provide the knowledge, skills and expertise in Mechanical and Electrical Quantity Surveying to qualified practitioners in Quantity Surveying and in the 'services' disciplines who wish to expand their knowledge-base and create work possibilities in this specialised area.
The SCSI have established, through recent surveys, a significant skills shortage in the area. In response to this demand, successful interaction between IT Sligo and industry stakeholders has commenced and evolved to enable the development of this innovative online course offering. The Post Graduate Certificate in M&E Quantity Surveying will help address the very acute industry need for competently qualified M&E Quantity Surveyors.
The modules within this programme allow employability skills to be integrated within the curriculum, enabling students to develop communication skills, appreciate and improve on general literacy and digital literacy skills, improve problem-solving capability, creative and organisational skills. The core of this course centres around the development of technical proficiencies with respect to Building Services Technology and the Measurement of same in accordance with prescribed methodologies. The flexible delivery of the programme, using online lecture delivery, will enable a widest possible cohort of students to avail of the offering. Lecture recordings, a repository of academic material and on-line forums will be made available to students to afford maximum study flexibility.
The Post Graduate Certificate will be completed by part-time online mode over one academic year. The course will contain a combination of six modules of 5 ECTS, giving a total of 30 ECTS for the programme. Semester 1 will focus on Electrical Services Technology and Measurement. Semester 2 will follow with an emphasis on Mechanical Services Technology and Measurement. There are 4 mandatory modules and 5 electives, 2 of which (electives) are to be selected by the learner subject to viability. There are no pre-requisite modules and learners may enter the course upon commencement of Semester 1 but must complete 30 credits to graduate.