This course is designed to educate the candidates in the skills and knowledge they require to gain an understanding of practical bricklaying, and to help them obtain the confidence required to seek employment with the building/bricklaying trade. Suitable for: All welcome
Bricklaying is one of the most recognised construction disciplines. Bricklayers are constantly in demand and therefore potential earnings can be quite high.
This course will teach you all of the basic skills for you to get into plastering, the course has been designed by professional plasterers and is fully hands on so you can learn from their experience. Suitable for: Anyone 16 or older can go on this course.
This two-year course provides the skills training and underpinning knowledge you need to become recognised as a bricklayer. The NVQ is made up of seven units. To achieve the qualification you will need to pass all seven units and be employed within the trade area. Units include health and safety, construction methods, erecting work platforms and...
This qualification will provide you with an introduction to the basic skills required for bricklaying. Units cover a range of areas including half-brick walls in stretcher bond, one-brick thick Flemish-bond walls, walling on stepped foundation and course and random rubble stonework.
To comply and understand all relevant standards, responsibilities and duties whilst working on or near the rail line. Identifying the railway environment, track terminology and tools. State dangers on or near the line. Understand working procedures. Fully understand the Drugs & Alcohol regulations. Carry out emergency actions. Identify components &...
You will study through a combination of practical and theoretical skills to form a substantial skills base and understanding of the trade. You will study the following units: Scaffolding. Concreting operations. Arch construction planning. Control and evaluation of operations. Setting out complex buildings. Complex brickwork and walling. Safety...
To ease you into the methods for brickwork, teaching you the basic principles of bricklaying, using and maintaining tools, laying bricks to a plumb line, and following simple drawings and plans. Built a selection of small projects, ideal as a starting point to a career in bricklaying, or for doing small works around the home. Suitable for: Anyone
This course provides students with basic construction skills which are transferable through various crafts in the construction and built environment sector and the qualification is nationally recognised by industry.
This course will teach you all of the basic skills for you to get into bricklaying, the course has been designed by professional bricklayers and is fully hands on so you can learn from their experience. Suitable for: Anyone 16 or older can go on this course.
You will need to compile a work-based portfolio of evidence/experience. Some self-study and written assignment work is also required. Some classroom sessions will be held to help with portfolio building. You will study the following core units and 1 optional unit: Conform to general workplace safety. Conform to efficient work practices. Moving and...
This course is aimed at people who wish to gain employment in the Construction Industry. It is a one year course that provides the basic training and underpinning knowledge to enable the candidate progression on to the Diploma 2 qualification
Develop knowledge already gained to teach bricklaying to plans, incorporating patterns, and damp courses. This course will also develop knowledge of using concrete breeze blocks, and building around window and door openings. Suitable for: Anyone
Level 1 Introductory Certificate in Basic Construction skills and leads to specialist level 1 craft courses in building services and utilities, also level 2 general construction qualifications
Bench Joinery is one of the most recognised construction disciplines. Bench joiners are in demand and therefore employment opportunities are good.
You will study through a combination of practical and written sessions e.g. brick and block walling is taught in an extensive well equipped workshop, where you will learn about different types of bricks, block and mortar types to best suit different jobs. An element of written work enables you to record the theories behind this practical work. Some...
This course is a Part Time evening course which is aimed at people who have achieved a former Level 2 qualification in Brickwork. The course is combined of both practical and theory elements which interlink subjects through class and synoptic assignments.
The Diploma 3 qualification is progression from the Diploma 2 with a view to further developing practical skills and introduce organisational and management skills.Assessment is continuous through assignments and. projects together with on-line testing throughout.
This is an intensive course designed with the aim of giving you some experience of all areas of construction.
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