Construction and Engineering

The College of North West London is one of the UK’s leading colleges for the construction industry. The College’s specialist training facilities cover bricklaying, carpentry, electrical installation, plumbing, tiling and other trades vital to this multi-billion pound sector. We also provide progression routes to apprenticeships and technician and management qualifications.

Our students win many regional and national awards, for example in 2015 and 2016 at Worldskills UK and the SkillFridge competition for students in the refrigeration and air conditioning sector.

If you're interested in engineering, whether it is mobile communications equipment, transport infrastructures, hi-tech buildings and bridges, or advanced new products, engineers make the world function. They are involved at every stage in the creation, development, testing and manufacturing process.

Engineering students at CNWL learn the relevant principles of their specialism and spend time in our well-equipped workshops gaining the skills that will enable them to progress into a career or higher education. Many of our students are already working in the sector and attend the college to develop their professional skills.

For more information on Construction and Engineering courses, please click on the links below.

Course Suitable for Categories
Construction Skills at Kings Cross Campus Level 1 16-18
Diploma in Engineering Technology (QCF): Level 1 - Engineering 16-18 (Full-time), Adults BTEC Level 1
Diploma in Engineering Technology (QCF): Level 2 16-18 (Full-time), Adults BTEC Level 2
Level 4 (RQF) Higher National Certificate in Construction And The Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Adults H.E. Courses
Level 4 (RQF) Higher National Certificate in Construction and The Built Environment (Construction pathway) Adults H.E. Courses
Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Construction And The Built Environment (Building Services Engineering) Adults H.E. Courses
National Extended Certificate in Construction And The Built Environment 16-18, Adults