Our learning pathways

We have a range of undergraduate and graduate options available; you will work in the most innovative sectors currently in the world with some of the most prestigious companies and gain industry recognized qualifications that will open doors.

About APC

About APC

Our Chartership Pathway is an RICS recognized program and the first APC/Chartership corporate educational program globally to receive the RISE Corporate Support Scheme badge from RICS. Boasting a 92% pass rate, this dynamic, 24-month, fully funded program includes a blend of on-the-job learning, formal training, and mentorship as you work towards your professional competency assessment (APC).


How does it work?

Learning with the best, in your workplace, you will have the support and guidance of our experienced in-house RICS/SCSI trained supervisors and counsellors who will be assigned to you when you formally start the pathway. Through a series of scheduled check-ins, they will share their knowledge and skills with you and monitor your learning progress. 


You will also be part of an online Community, facilitated through our Learning Platform which allows you to connect with your peers around the world and provide support to each other as you work towards your common goals.


How does it work?
Curriculum

Curriculum

The formal curriculum is curated and managed on our Learning Management platform. The curriculum is organized into four core learning blocks which correlate to a project’s life cycle and the activities you perform within that stage. A curriculum of topics will be assigned to you along with completion goals. 


A helpful Progress Tracker keeps a record of your learning and flags due items. Our learning platform also tracks other general continual professional development modules you take outside of the Chartership Pathway so you can easily manage your additional CPD hours requirement. Our APC / Chartership Pathway is run in collaboration with the RICS, who also provide a range of exclusive workshops for Linesight participants.


Who is it for?

Our APC / Chartership Pathway is specifically designed to support Cost Managers / Quantity Surveyors who would like to undertake their Assessment of Professional Competency (APC) to become a Chartered Quantity Surveyor. Chartered status is a globally respected professional standard awarded by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).


Who is it for?
When to Apply?

When to Apply?

We accept applicants all year round. All cost manager / quantity surveying graduates who join Linesight are automatically eligible for the Chartership Pathway!  


Our Chartership Pathway maps out a 24-month duration from enrolment in the APC process to registering and taking the Final Assessment. Candidates can request to skip a month from time to time due to work or personal commitments. It is expected that all Pathway participants complete the APC process no more than 30-months from the time they join the Pathway.


Rewards and benefits

You will receive a competitive starting salary that will increase annually based on performance. As a member of the team, you will also be eligible to receive our global benefits. Click here to find out more.


Rewards and benefits
About PMI Certified Associate Path

About PMI Certified Associate Path

Hands on learning with the best – you will work on some of the most innovative build projects with world-leading clients, gaining industry knowledge and in-depth experience across all project management competencies as you work towards your PMI Certified Associate assessment. 


You will be guided and supported by a designated PMI Pathway Mentor, who will develop a personal Learning and Development Plan which will include a blend of on-the-job learning and formal training. They will also advise and approve your assessment materials.


How does it work?

As with many of our other learning pathways, the Project Management Pathway follows the 70/20/10 learning and development model. This means that approximately 70% of what you learn will come through on-the-job training, 20% will be through learning from more experienced colleagues and managers and 10% will be from attending structured classroom sessions or online learning.


How does it work?
Who is it for?

Who is it for?

The PMI Certified Associate Pathway is specifically designed to support you to achieve the PMI Certified Associate Membership accreditation with the Project Management Institute, a globally recognized accreditation.    


This is an opportunity for those who have completed a Bachelor's degree in any discipline and/or those who have 2-3 years post-graduate experience in the workplace to become a Certified Project Manager. Typically, participants have come from Construction Management backgrounds, this Pathway includes applicants from other sectors such as Engineering, Industrial Manufacturing and Commercial Data Centers.


When to apply and Duration

We accept applicants all year round. All Project Manager graduates who join Linesight are automatically eligible for the PMI Certified Pathway!



Our PMI Certified Associate Pathway maps out a 24-month duration from enrolment in the APC process to registering and taking the Final Assessment. Candidates can request to skip a month from time to time due to work or personal commitments. It is expected that all Pathway participants complete the PMI assessment process no more than 30-months from the time they join the Pathway..


When to apply and Duration
Rewards and benefits

Rewards and benefits

You will receive a competitive starting salary that will increase annually based on performance. As a member of the team, you will also be eligible to receive our global benefits.


About Masters (Construction Consultancy)

Interested in transitioning into a new career as a Cost Manager / Quantity Surveyor, Project Manager or Procurement Specialist? This learning pathway can provide you with the opportunity to undertake a part-time Master’s degree while joining one of our specialist teams. You will work with some of the world’s most prestigious companies on major programs of work, gaining valuable skills and knowledge while you work towards your chosen masters qualification.


About Masters (Construction Consultancy)
Who Is it for?

Who Is it for?

This is an opportunity for those who have already completed a Bachelor's degree in another discipline, for example but not limited to Science, Engineering, Business or IT and who would like to transition into a career in Quantity Surveying, Project Management or Procurement.


When to Apply and Duration

We accept applicants in March and September.


Program duration depends on the educational partner you choose, most take two to three years to complete. All Masters courses for Graduate Program participants are fully funded by Linesight subject to the terms and conditions of our Study Scheme policy.


When to Apply and Duration
Rewards and benefits

Rewards and benefits

You will receive a competitive starting salary that will increase annually based on performance. As a member of the team, you will also be eligible to receive our global benefits. 


About Cost Management Transition

About Cost Management Transition

The Pathway is designed to provide participants with a foundation in the core Cost Management competencies and how to apply them to construction projects. Collaborative group training will focus on the key cost management skills. As with all our Learning Pathways it blends on-the-job learning with formal training sessions, coaching and mentoring.


How does it work?

Training sessions are delivered by our in-house subject matter experts who provide the necessary knowledge and insight across all core cost management competencies. Regular check-ins, quizzes and assignments will help assess your progress throughout the curriculum.


Project application – working on specific example projects, you will be able to practically apply the skills and knowledge obtained from the training sessions to a real-life client project scenario. In this way you will develop and hone your cost management abilities and experience before moving to work on live projects.


One to one mentoring sessions are held throughout the program duration, these tutorials will give you the opportunity to tap into the extensive expertise of our most senior cost professionals, and give you the opportunity to ask questions and raise any challenges or issues you may be facing.


How does it work?
Who is it for?

Who is it for?

The Cost Management Transition Pathway is aimed at professionals with 2 to 5 years construction experience who wish to utilize their existing skills and knowledge, and transition to a new career in Cost Management. It is open to applicants from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds including but not limited to Engineering, Architectural Technology, Facilities Management, Data Analysis and Finance. 


Having completed the initial pathway it is envisaged that participants would have the core skills to eventually become an Associate Member of RICS. Once you have attained a minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Cost Manager, you would then be eligible to apply for full Chartered status via RICS.


When to Apply and Duration

We accept applicants year round. 


The program duration for the formal learning is 22 weeks.


When to Apply and Duration
Rewards and benefits

Rewards and benefits

You will receive a competitive starting salary that will increase annually based on performance. As a member of the team, you will also be eligible to receive our global benefits.


About PMP Accreditation

Our Project Management Professional (PMP) Accreditation Pathway is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and educational support required to prepare you for the PMP Accreditation exam, with the Project Management Institute (PMI). The PMI is the leading professional association for a growing community of project professionals worldwide. It offers globally recognized standards and certifications including the PMP Accreditation.


About PMP Accreditation
How does it work?

How does it work?

All program participants will be allocated a PMI Approved Facilitator, who will oversee and support your learning journey. The PMP curriculum is organized into three key areas which relate to the core aspects of a typical project - people, process and business environment. There is a requirements to complete 36 hours of core curriculum related to the core project areas.


Who is it for?

Experienced Project Managers who wish to take the exam to gain a formal Project Management Professional (PMP) Accreditation from the PMI to enhance their career prospects and increase the value they can provide to our Linesight Clients. Participants need to have a minimum of four years Project Management experience to be eligible for the PMP Accreditation Pathway.


Who is it for?
When to Apply and Duration

When to Apply and Duration

We accept applicants year round. All new Project Managers joiners are automatically eligible for the PMP Accreditation Pathway if they meet the required PMI experience criteria.


The program duration for the formal learning is 6 to 12 weeks. The exam must be taken within 1 month of completing the preparation course.


Rewards and benefits

Rewards and benefits

You will receive a competitive starting salary that will increase annually based on performance. As a member of the team, you will also be eligible to receive our global benefits.


About Project Controls Certification

Our Project Controls Certification Pathway supports those working in the project controls sphere who wish to gain a professional certification in Scheduling, Planning or Cost Estimation through either the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACEI) or the Project Management Institute (PMI). Program participants can select the learning area and certifying institute which suits them best, our learning and development team can help you make the right choice if you are unsure.


About Project Controls Certification
How does it work?

How does it work?

Certifications offered by either the AACE or the PMI are a globally recognized qualifications which validate your knowledge and connect you to a range of networking and learning forums that keep you at the top of your field. 


The Project Controls Certification Pathway is a fully funded program, many of the learning routes are provided by external training specialists, we will cover all tuition, exam fees and pay for your membership once you gain your qualification.


Who is it for?

Program participants can choose the most appropriate certification for their current career point and future aspirations. Such certifications may include the AACE’s Certified Scheduling Technician (CST) - 2-3 years’ experience required or Planning & Scheduling Professional (PSP) 3-5 years’ experience required. More senior Planners may wish to consider the Scheduling Professional certification through the PMI, PMI-SP. 


If you need guidance, our learning and development team can help you select the option that’s right for you.


Who is it for?
When to Apply and Duration

When to Apply and Duration

We accept applicants year round. All Project Controls team members are automatically eligible for consideration for the Project Controls Certification Pathway provided they meet the required criteria of the chosen professional body.


Program durations vary. Exams are run every month throughout the year.


Rewards and Benefits

You will receive a competitive starting salary that will increase annually based on performance. As a member of the team, you will also be eligible to receive our global benefits.


Rewards and Benefits
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