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Introduction to Bricklaying

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  • Is this course for you?

    The construction industry is heavily dependent on the adequate supply of a skilled labour force, and as a result the skilled labour shortage in the UK has received considerable attention in recent years. With the current economic recovery the industry is expected to experience considerable skills shortages in both traditional and new skills areas.

    The aim of this Introduction course is to develop the basic practical skills that are required to carry out basic tasks.

  • Required qualifications

    No qualifications required.

  • What skills will I develop?

    You will be introduced to all the trades tools and materials that are used within the construction industry. You will develop skills that will enable you to complete basic maintenance tasks that are also covered on the course.

    The course consists of practical lessons delivered in “real work” situations and you will be trained to use the tools of the professional tradesmen would use on site. 

  • Careers

    You may want to further enhance your knowledge by applying for a level 1 or level 2 full-time daytime course. You could also try one of our other construction introduction evening classes. Your CV will also be enhanced by passing the Introduction to Bricklaying course that would make you more employable within the construction industry. 

    This course is a stepping stone to see if you would like to pursue this as a career.

  • English and maths

    Throughout the course we will enhance your maths and English skills by incorporating maths and English tasks within the practical sessions. Maths and English skills are critical within the modern construction industry, these skills are used tradesmen/women throughout their working day. Sharpening these skills allows tradespeople to work effectively, efficiently and safely. Good maths and English skills are an essential part of a modern tradeperson’s toolkit.

  • Other important information

    All tools and materials will be supplied by the college. All learners will be required to bring their own toe-protective footwear and clothing that is appropriate for a construction workshop environment. The learner will not carry out any formal assessment and work can be done at their own pace during the course.

    You have to be aged 19 years and above to join this course.

  • Is this course for you?

    The construction industry is heavily dependent on the adequate supply of a skilled labour force, and as a result the skilled labour shortage in the UK has received considerable attention in recent years. With the current economic recovery the industry is expected to experience considerable skills shortages in both traditional and new skills areas.

    The aim of this Introduction course is to develop the basic practical skills that are required to carry out basic tasks.

  • Required qualifications

    No qualifications required.

  • What skills will I develop?

    You will be introduced to all the trades tools and materials that are used within the construction industry. You will develop skills that will enable you to complete basic maintenance tasks that are also covered on the course.

    The course consists of practical lessons delivered in “real work” situations and you will be trained to use the tools of the professional tradesmen would use on site. 

  • Careers

    You may want to further enhance your knowledge by applying for a level 1 or level 2 full-time daytime course. You could also try one of our other construction introduction evening classes. Your CV will also be enhanced by passing the Introduction to Bricklaying course that would make you more employable within the construction industry. 

    This course is a stepping stone to see if you would like to pursue this as a career.

  • English and maths

    Throughout the course we will enhance your maths and English skills by incorporating maths and English tasks within the practical sessions. Maths and English skills are critical within the modern construction industry, these skills are used tradesmen/women throughout their working day. Sharpening these skills allows tradespeople to work effectively, efficiently and safely. Good maths and English skills are an essential part of a modern tradeperson’s toolkit.

  • Other important information

    All tools and materials will be supplied by the college. All learners will be required to bring their own toe-protective footwear and clothing that is appropriate for a construction workshop environment. The learner will not carry out any formal assessment and work can be done at their own pace during the course.

    You have to be aged 19 years and above to join this course.

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