This one year Level 2 course will give you an excellent introduction to working in construction, with a particular focus on bricklaying and the tools and materials used. Bricklayers are responsible for setting out buildings using blocks, bricks and mortar in accordance with approved construction plans. Bricklayers also build and repair walls, chimney stacks, tunnel […]
You would like a career as a bricklayer and to progress onto the Level 3 course.
This full-time Level 3 bricklaying course will allow you to move into the workplace at a more advanced supervisory level. To work on a construction site you need to have a Construction Skills Certificate Scheme (CSCS) card, which covers essential health and safety, however if you wish to earn more than a labourer, gaining a […]
You would like to take your skills to a higher level and move into the workplace at a more advanced supervisory level.
This one year, Level 1 course is ideal if you are wanting to try a range of trade skills and gain a diploma to lead into an apprenticeship. You’ll undertake training and assessment in plumbing, carpentry and bricklaying.
You are aged 16 - 18 and would like to pursue a career within the construction industry.
By the end of this Level 3 apprenticeship, you will know how to carry out structural and decorative brickwork, repair and maintain masonry structures and erect complex masonry structures. Usually you spend one day per week at college learning new technical skills and theory, however there will also be periods of week-long block training at […]
You would like to pursue a career in brickwork and earn while you learn.