On this course you will develop your knowledge and basic skills in brickwork by completing half brick walling, block walling, cavity and solid walls.
This course provides the basic skills and knowledge required to for employment as a bricklayer. Techniques covered include brick and block walling, archwork, pointing and setting out of buildings.
Bricklayers are a vital part of the construction industry who are often involved in the earliest stages of construction. They build the foundations for other trades to work on.
This course consists of practical tasks combined with theoretical study. Specific units you will study include: Health, Safety and Welfare in Construction and Associated Industries; Knowledge of Technical Information, Quantities and Communication with others; and Knowledge of Construction Technology.
In this course, you will be introduced to the essential technical knowledge and practical skills to carry out basic brickwork tasks. You will gain the experience and skills required by employers in the construction industry.
Learn how to lay bricks using a variety of bonds to construct walls, piers, etc. You will gain experience in the correct use of tools, health and safety, how to mix mortar and select suitable materials.
On this higher-level bricklaying course you will gain practical experience in our fully equipped professional workshop. As well as bricklaying, you will learn about arches and openings, various types of walling and all aspects of building.
Bricklayers work with many different materials and work can be as diverse as building domestic extensions or architectural features, through to constructing housing estates and office blocks. At Level 1 you will gain an insight into the art of laying bricks, with enrichment activities to simulate working on a construction site.
The level 2 qualification comprises of the following core units: Health, safety and welfare in Construction (this unit can be carried forward from Level 1) and Principles of building construction, information and communication. The following subject specialist units are also studied: Interpreting working drawings to set out masonry structures, Producing thin joint masonry and masonry cladding, building solid walling, isolated and attached piers, Constructing cavity walling forming masonry structures.
This course provides students wishing to join the construction industry as bricklayers with the broad knowledge, understanding and skills to become qualified within Site Bricklaying. Units studied range from: Know how to carry out safe working practices in construction to knowledge of building methods and construction technology and from building methods and construction technology to carry out basic cavity walling.
Apprenticeships are very popular programmes designed by employers that provide paid work-experience, training and qualifications to people aged 16 and above. An Apprenticeship framework comprises: A work-based qualification (NVQ), assessed in the workplace, demonstrating practical skills linked to the job, A technical certificate, achieved at College, showing the theoretical knowledge relevant to the job and other qualifications valued by employers such as: Functional skills, which show competency in English, maths or I.
On this course you will study: Knowledge of building methods and construction technology; Basic block laying skills; Basic bricklaying skills; Basic cavity walling; Setting out and building basic masonry structures up to damp course level; Constructing straightforward brick/block walls; Safe working practices in construction; Quantities and communicating with others; Functional skills in maths, English and/or ICT and Work experience. On successful completion of this course, you can progress to Level 2 Diploma in Bricklaying or many craft occupations can often move into supervision, management or technical support areas.
This course will cover a variety of topics related to this subject including Health & Safety. The full list of modules is written in the course handbook.
This course covers the following topics: information, quantities and communicating with others in the construction industry; calculating materials and estimating; block laying, bricklaying and brick bonding; thin joint masonry and masonry cladding; building solid walling and isolated and attached piers; building cavity walling, forming masonry structures; building methods and technology in construction; interpreting working and technical drawings to set out masonry structures; carrying out safe working practices in construction.
This course will further advance your bricklaying skills and covers: block and brickwork practical and theory (including storing materials and equipment), erecting and dismantling working platforms, setting and basic building brick and blockwork walling and health and safety.
This course is aimed at people wishing to learn some skills in bricklaying, to progress on to becoming skilled in their chosen trade, or to progress through an apprenticeship and work towards becoming a master craftsman. It is for school leavers and adults interested in a career in construction (Bricklaying).
This is the ideal Bricklaying course for the person who wishes to tackle their own bricklaying jobs or for those who wish to try a short course before embarking upon a full qualification. During our 5 day Bricklaying course you will gain enough knowledge and practical experience to complete projects at home.
This programme is for learners who are employed in the construction industry. This could be across a range of disciplines including new build, renovation and domestic repair work.
This course is for students who have successfully completed the Level 1 Bricklaying Diploma or have some trade experience. It is a comprehensive program of theory assignments and practical tasks.
This short introductory course is ideal for those of you who want to gain some basic bricklaying skills with a City and Guilds certificate at the end. This course is entirely hands on with lots of content providing a great insight into the requirements of bricklaying.
YTA TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT
Next start: Thu 3rd Dec
Cost: £750.00 per course
CHAMELEON SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION LTD
Next start: Mon 7th Dec
Cost: £504.00 per course
YTA TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT
Next start: Tue 8th Dec
Cost: £750.00 per course
ASSINGTON MILL, SUFFOLK
Next start: Sat 27th Feb
Cost: £95.00 per course
Cost: £950.00 per class