The ACT course, being at an advanced level, is designed for concrete technologists holding a qualification in an appropriate branch of technology or science, and who have spent at least four years in a responsible position concerned with concrete production, construction, or research and development. Appropriate branches of technology or science are engineering, architecture, building, chemistry, physics or other allied discipline. The qualification held should be either:
- a degree
- membership of a professional institution
- a certificate or diploma at higher technician level.
Other candidates may be accepted if they have had more extensive experience in a relevant responsible position or have obtained credit grades at Stage 2 and Stage 3 of the Concrete Technology and examinations Construction examinations in General Principles and Practical Applications set by the ICT. In exceptional cases, candidates will be considered with qualifications other than those stated above.
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Course Fees are £3500 (this includes tuition, documentation including the ACT books, and accommodation and meals during the induction session). Further residential sessions during the course may be offered at cost if required by participants.
Further information can be obtained from Dr John Newman (firstname.lastname@example.org).