Discover the fascinating world of Quantity Surveying with our easy-to-follow Quantity Surveyor Diploma. Begin with a journey into its rich past in Module 02 and discover how this vital job came to be. Grasp the basics of budgeting, bidding, and estimating that are central to the building industry. As you move forward, get to know the ins and outs of buying, foresee potential hiccups, and learn the rules of the game while perfecting the skill of putting together clear reports.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the foundational concepts and historical development of Quantity Surveying.
  • Gain insights into the various methodologies for measurement, cost management, and operational estimation.
  • Develop expertise in contract management, tendering, and proficient bill preparation.
  • Enhance abilities to identify, predict, and manage potential risks in the construction industry.
  • Become adept at adhering to regulations and crafting comprehensive reports.

Who is this Course for?

  • Individuals aspiring to become certified Quantity Surveyors.
  • Construction professionals looking to deepen their knowledge in cost estimation and management.
  • Individuals in the building industry aim to understand contract management better.
  • Professionals seeking to master risk prediction and management in construction.
  • Those keen on enhancing their reporting skills specific to the construction sector.


Once you finish the course, you have the option to get a certificate to show your success. The PDF version costs just £3.99, while a printed one is £7.99. If you’d like both, it’s £10. For students outside the UK, there’s an extra £10 for delivery.


  • This course is available to all learners of all academic backgrounds.
  • Learners should be aged 16 or over to undertake the course.
  • A strong grasp of English, numeracy, and ICT is necessary for enrollment in this course.

Career path

  • Quantity Surveyor: Average salary: £45,000 – £55,000
  • Cost Manager: Average salary: £50,000 – £60,000
  • Contract Administrator: Average salary: £40,000 – £50,000
  • Risk Management Specialist in Construction: Average salary: £48,000 – £58,000
  • Procurement Manager in Construction: Average salary: £52,000 – £62,000
  • Construction Report Writer: Average salary: £42,000 – £52,000

Course Curriculum

Quantity Surveyor Diploma
Module 01: Quantity Survey: An Introduction 00:18:00
Module 02: Development of the Quantity Surveyor 00:15:00
Module 03: Quantity Surveying Measurement 00:47:00
Module 04: Cost Management 00:22:00
Module 05: Pricing and Operational Estimation 00:25:00
Module 06: Contract Management and Tendering 00:31:00
Module 07: Procurement and Bill Preparation 00:27:00
Module 08: Predicting Potential Risk and Management 00:14:00
Module 09: Regulation and Control 00:19:00
Module 10: Report Writing 00:15:00