National Diploma In Building In South Africa

The course is structured to provide a career-oriented technological education and to prepare students for supervisory level employment in the construction management, quantity surveying and allied industries in the built environment.

Below are the list of National Diploma In Building Schools In South Africa

ND: BUILDING | Course Information and Fees – CPUT

Building Sciences-TUT

National Diploma: Civil/Building Engineering- The draughting academy

Diploma in Building – Mangosuthu University of Technology

 Diploma in Building- Nelson Mandela University

Construction Management – CUT

Construction Management and Quantity Surveying – DUT

National Diploma: Engineering: Civil (NDECI) – Unisa

What can I do after n6 in civil engineering?

Depending on the necessary practical experience/ programme specific training, the following opportunities are available for Civil Engineering students:

  1. Architectural Technology.
  2. Industrial Designing.
  3. Town and Regional Planning.
  4. Road Construction.
  5. Building Construction.
  6. Building Inspectors.
  7. Drainage Inspection.

What is an n6 qualification equivalent to?

“A National Diploma is completely different from a degree,” explains Ayobolu, “in that the National Diploma is divided into three levels, which are N4, N5 and N6. On completion of each level, learners are issued with a National Certificate.” A NATED diploma – on NQF 6 – is one level below a bachelor’s degree.

How do I get my diploma after n6?

You can apply for your National N-Diploma once you have finished your N6 certificate issued by the Department of Education and on submission of proof of 18 months or 2 000 hours* of suitable experience in the industry and a minimum of three years after the candidate entered the tertiary level.