This course is for those who are interested in developing the specific technical and professional skills that will lead to meaningful employment in the construction industry. Learners will explore a wide range of bricklaying techniques that includes constructing fireplaces and chimneys, decorative and re-enforced brickwork, and constructing radial brickwork.
- 301 Principles of organising, planning and pricing construction work
- 302 Repair and maintain masonry structures
- 303 Constructing radial and battered brickwork
- 304 Constructing decorative and reinforced brickwork 305 Constructing fireplaces and chimney
This qualification prepares you with the knowledge and practical skills required to become an advanced craftsperson in bricklaying. This means you will be able to complete specialist, complex tasks and also work in a supervisory capacity in your chosen trade. If you complete this qualification you will have an advantage over those who have not done it when seeking employment, either on a construction site or commercial or domestic premises. You may also become self-employed working as an advanced craft bricklayer on new build, domestic repair and refurbishment projects.
Multiple choice test covering knowledge outcomes. Practical assignments delivered and marked by the tutor/assessor and externally verified by City and Guilds.
Students must wear safety boots in the workshop.