These qualifications are offered by a range of UK-based and international educational institutions, approved by Pearson. Individuals studying toward a Pearson built environment qualification are entitled to free Student Membership with CABE, which
includes access to the CABE Young Professionals Network (launching later this year), the online journal (buildingengineer.org.uk) and
invitations to networking events.
Students who complete these Pearson qualifications will be recognised as meeting aspects of the CABE Professional Competencies Framework,
which allows students to take the first steps towards Chartered Membership.
John Barfoot, Learning, Education & Academic Director at CABE, said: “The Pearson qualification model has strong synergy with CABE’s membership, we look forward to working with the team at Pearson to create a global partnership and accreditation
for a host of built environment qualifications.”
Gary Gates, Pearson’s Senior Vice President for Global Business (Pearson VUE) & UK Higher Education, said: “We are delighted to become a CABE Academic Partner. An absolute priority for our BTEC qualifications is to work in partnership with industry
leaders to ensure we are providing students with the most relevant knowledge and skills to enter a career in the sector. In achieving accreditation for the BTEC Nationals and Higher Nationals in construction, CABE recognises the quality and
value that these programmes represent and the support they provide students to progress and thrive in the built environment.”
For further information, please contact
Gabriel Staples: Portfolio Manager, Construction, BTEC an
Geoffrey Makstutis: Subject Lead for Construction, Art & Design, Creative Media Production