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Brickwork Entry 3
Qualification:
 
Date:
September 
Days:
TBA 
Study Mode
Full Time 
Assessment:
Practical Assessment 
Level:
Area:
Foundation Learning & Construction & Building Services 
Course Code:
CFZBK1 
 
Entry Requirements
There are no formal entry requirements but those in education are expected to complete their current learning programme. You will be asked to complete an assessment of your maths and English skills at interview to help decide which level of study is right for you.
 
 

Brickwork Entry 3

This course will help prepare you for further study at Level 1.


About the Course

You will need to bring your own safety boots, wood working tools for workshop sessions and classroom equipment for theory sessions. All other equipment will be provided.


Key Units

Theory lessons covering the required technology are classroom based, giving you the opportunity for taking notes to aid your studies. Practical lessons take place in the Carpentry and Joinery workshops and give you the opportunity to develop the skills needed to pass the assessments.

Topics will include:

  • An Introduction to the Construction Industry
  • Exploring Health, Safety and Welfare in Construction
  • Exploring Brickwork
You will be introduced to the hand tools most commonly used in brickwork and to the basic skills required to form simple brickwork structures.

You need to attend regularly and be on time for every lesson. Approximately 50% of the course is theory and 50% is practical. Functional Skills lessons also form an important part of your course. They include maths and English to help improve your skills in these areas. 



Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements but those in education are expected to complete their current learning programme. You will be asked to complete an assessment of your maths and English skills at interview to help decide which level of study is right for you.


Assessment

There will be a formal assessment when you are ready. Your progress will be reviewed regularly in tutorial sessions.


Where does this Lead

Following success in this course you can apply to join a Level 1 brickwork Career opportunities include working in the construction industry.


Tell Me More

Personal Study Time:
Students are expected to study independently in their own time, building up their knowledge of brickwork. You will be given your own password to access our online learning materials, we have a comprehensive learning centre to aid your learning.

Will this course suit me?

Applicants should have a willingness and a desire to study on a brickwork course, be able to take in technical information and demonstrate practical ability in a workshop setting.