Construction Operations and Supervision

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This program equips students with the knowledge and skills they need to enter the construction industry as skilled professionals with training in site operations, coordination, and supervision. Students will study construction theories, practices, and computer-aided design techniques. Major topics include the design concepts of buildings, the application of building code and standards, construction drawing methods, construction surveying, basic project management skills, scheduling techniques, health and safety regulations, and construction estimating.

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British Columbia


Brighton College

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Program Duration

35 Weeks

Program Intakes


Class Type



StudentAid BC, Line Of Credit, Grants

Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion of the Construction Operations and Supervision program, student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:

Use AutoCAD effectively to create working drawings
Apply building code and city bylaw standards
Apply the construction health and safety regulations
Perform construction quantity and cost estimating
Read construction contracts and legal documents
Analyze and control construction projects
Create construction schedules
Control the construction cost of labor, materials, and equipment
Apply leadership and teamwork skills
Manage and organize projects
Apply design principles in construction
Perform surveying tasks on a construction site
Carry out site operating procedures
Identify environmental issues in contaminated sites
Apply sustainable design techniques in construction
Apply their skills in a practicum

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