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Introduction to Bricklaying - Entry Level

Overview

Our course is aimed at facilitating candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in Bricklaying.
 

Entry requirements

This course is only available to 19+ learners.

No previous experience or skills are required.

Start dates and fees

  • If you are 19+ and unemployed and receiving relevant benefit – the course is FREE
  • If you are 19+ not receiving benefit the course will cost you £75

How long is the course?

The course will take 4 weeks, for a total of 21 hours and you will study in the evening.

How will I be assessed?

Practical assessment.

What does the course lead to?

Completing this course could lead to working as a specialist in a specific subject area within construction or as a maintenance professional, either employed of self-employed.

Large employers include local council maintenance departments and schools.
 

What will I study?

Your will:

  • Carry out Blocklaying activities
  • Carry out Bricklaying activities
  • Carry out Cavity Walling activities
  • Contribute to setting out and building of masonry structures up to Damp Proof Course

What can I go on to study?

Introduction to Construction Multi-Skills

Careers

Next steps

Enrol on this course

For more information, please contact us on 0808 100 3626 or email enquiries@wnc.ac.uk

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