School of Built Environment

Preparing students looking to build careers in Construction Management, Building Information Management or Virtual Design and Construction

Do you want to work with an interdisciplinary team to solve ‘real-world’ problems? Are you up to the challenge of advancing net zero projects – to support the acceleration of net zero buildings, roads and infrastructure in design and construction? Do you look at yourself and say, “What action can I take towards decarbonizing the built environment?” Perhaps the School of Built Environment at Petrel College of Technology is for you.

The School of Built Environment encompasses many of the careers that deal with the construction management of buildings and infrastructure people use every day. Students will learn critical skills in digital and green technological adoption, earning industry-recognized credentials. Our diploma and certificate programs uses the latest technology, to create a rich learning environment that help students develop industry-specific skills. Action

A design isn’t finished
until someone is using it.

Looking to build a career in the built environment sector?

The School of Built Environment offers a variety of programs all developed in consultation with industry partners that reflect current technologies.

Our flexible delivery with a mix of online and hands-on education means that we are catering to our students needs to study and work in a fast-paced environment. Our aim is to provide a just-in-time approach for students to learn the essential skills and techniques and be job-ready for the construction and real estate sector.

Looking to build a career in the built environment sector?

The School of Built Environment offers a variety of programs all developed in consultation with industry partners that reflect current technologies.

Our flexible delivery with a mix of online and hands-on education means that we are catering to our students needs to study and work in a fast-paced environment. Our aim is to provide a just-in-time approach for students to learn the essential skills and techniques and be job-ready for the construction and real estate sector.

Civil Construction Project Management College Certificate

The School of Built Environment offers a Civil Construction Project Management Certificate that provide you with the expertise needed to manage civil construction projects. Courses meet industry standards and cover many topics, including civil construction practices, materials and standards, drawings and specifications, quantity take-off, construction law and safety in civil works.

BIM Executive Management Training

Unique opportunity for Executives in the Architectural, Engineering & Construction (AEC) sectors to participate in a BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING (BIM) training program that will help you to implement the benefits of digitization, lean and collaborative approaches in the delivery and use of built assets. BIM is a process that enables users to leverage digital technology to create efficiencies at every stage of the building life cycle from concept to demolition!

BIM Management Diploma (2 Years – 4 semesters)

Unique opportunity for obtaining the knowledge and skills to work in the Architectural, Engineering & Construction (AEC) sectors to participate in BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING (BIM) implementation and management. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a process that enables users to leverage digital technology to create efficiencies at every stage of the building life cycle from concept to demolition!

Civil Construction Project Management Postgraduate Certificate

Unique opportunity for obtaining the knowledge and skills to work in the Architectural, Engineering & Construction (AEC) sectors to participate in BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING (BIM) implementation and management. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a process that enables users to leverage digital technology to create efficiencies at every stage of the building life cycle from concept to demolition!

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