Our qualifications are aimed at people wishing to learn some skills in bricklaying, to progress on to becoming skilled in their chosen trade, or to progress through an apprenticeship and work towards becoming a master craftsman. It allows candidates to learn, develop and practice the skills required for employment and/or career progression in Bricklaying. The course covers carrying out block laying, bricklaying and cavity walling activities. It also includes contributing to the setting out and building of masonry.
Health and safety, setting out buildings, safe working practice, building methods and construction, basic brick and block laying skills, site communication methods. You will also study English and Maths alongside this course if required.
There are no formal entry requirements, however a reasonable standard of literacy and numeracy, a suitable level of general education and an appropriate reference will be required.
Brickwork Level 2, Apprenticeships.
Level 1 City & Guilds in Brickwork
3 days week, the course will be practical and classroom based classes, with tutorial, English and maths classes and work placement (we will help with this but the student has to obtain own work placement)
Continuous assessment of practical and theory with end of unit multiple-choice examinations.
Apply online, an interview will follow.
16 hours per week, Mon-Wed.
Safety footwear is required, we will supply additional PPE
Progress to employment in the construction industry, gain an apprenticeship or progress to Level 2 brickwork
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