Qualifications in Building Surveying are currently
undergoing a national course review, and it is anticipated that a
Building Surveying qualification may be offered in 2016. If you
would like information regarding this, please contact us on the
Manage projects. Advise clients. Oversee designs. As a Building
Surveyor, you'll use your love for technical work, enjoyment of
working with people and eye for detail to help clients - whether
businesses, councils or individuals - through the building process.
FedUni's Diploma of Building Surveying is part time, meaning you
can gain valuable experience in the industry whilst you study.
You'll even graduate with the skills to run your own business, with
subjects such as small business management and planning.
This diploma will help you become an expert in a range of
building legislation, technical codes and construction standards.
Your future career will be varied. It may involve checking
construction standards; advising owners and builders before they
lodge their building plans through to the final build sign off;
working on fire compliance; or ensuring a building meets energy
efficiency requirements. Often, you'll work alongside other experts
such as engineers, architects and builders while managing projects
for residential, industrial or commercial builds.
The curriculum of 24 subjects provides training theory and
practical surveying skills for both residential and commercial
This qualification will allow graduates to
work as building inspectors. It provides to participants
professional skills and knowledge needed for the inspection of
residential, small industrial and commercial buildings. The program
focus is on the practical application of construction technology,
sustainable design, building methods and working with clients from
building permit application stage through to completion of a
Graduates will have developed skills and applied knowledge
- working drawing preparation
- energy efficiency
- structural and construction technology
- estimating, cost management and development control
- supervising of site surveying
- applied occupational health and safety
- small business planning and management
- procedures and professional practice
- building materials and fire assessment
- building codes and standards