The Diploma in Retrofit Coordination and Risk Management Level 5 gives you the knowledge and skills needed to become a Retrofit Coordinator; a crucial new role required by the PAS 2035 standards.
It is ideal for built environment professionals looking for a career defining and managing retrofit projects.
To become a Retrofit Coordinator you need to have a qualification in a built environment subject that is at least Level 3, with a minimum of 12 credits (your credits should be detailed on your certificate).
If you hold a university degree relevant to the built environment, this would also meet the entry requirements for this course.
All learners are assigned to one of the Retrofit Academy’s assessors, who will provide guidance and feedback on all of your assignments. All assessors are graduates from the Level 5 diploma and have been hand- picked for their experience and expertise.
The course is assessed via:
- End of module multiple choice tests
- Short written assignments relating to the key learning objectives
- A verbal presentation relating to the case study
The course features twelve modules, along with a comprehensive case study.
Each module features extensive teaching materials, expert presentations, case studies and activities that are designed to give you an in-depth understanding of both theory and practice.
Retrofit Coordinators can be currently operating in a wealth of jobs and disciplines. Some of our most recent graduates include:
– Asset Manager
– Building Surveyor
– Technical Manager
– Consultant Engineer
– Project Manager
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97.4% of our apprentices progressed to employment or further study.
Destination data for Sunderland College 2019/20, Apprentice completers.
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