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College of Contract Management United Kingdom - Offers online courses
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As a global organisation, the College of Contract Management in the United Kingdom provides live online courses to learners all over the world. It offers, amongst others, advanced Diploma level programmes in Construction Management and Engineering, providing a wealth of talent and skills to the industry.
The college is proud of its establishment, of its contract and commercial management and engineering courses and of its achievements through both value-added and standard courses.
The College of Contract Management is an approved provider to the CIOB, NCFE, Pearson, CMI and the CIArb programmes in the UK and worldwide.
The college has appointed many career advisors and sales officers in the United Kingdom and the Middle East to guide and encourage learners in their choice of Certificate or Diploma level courses and help them with their plans for further study and their wish to complete a top up Bachelor programme.
The College of Contract Management offers recognised qualifications and helps learners acquire a set of skills accredited by the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (CICES), the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), the Quantity Surveyor International (QSi), Pearson/Edexcel and NCFE. These enable learners to progress into higher education and improves future career opportunities.
The college is registered in England and Wales and has its business address at Atticus House, 2 The Windmills, St. Mary’s Close, Alton GU34 1EF. Its registration number is 08659479.
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