The Level 2 Technical Certificate in Bricklaying is aimed at learners that are looking to start a career in the construction industry as a bricklayer. Learners could progress into employment as a bricklayer, apprenticeships and further education. This course is practical based with classroom theory sessions – making sure you are able to put the knowledge behind the technique.
- Principles of construction
- Building cavity walls
- Building solid walls and piers
- Constructing basic arches
- Setting out buildings
Entry to this course requires a Level 1 qualification in Bricklaying as well as GCSE Maths and English at a grade 2.
Please note that you will be required to wear safety boots with steel toe caps and hi-vis vest when working in the College workshops. Prior to enrolment on the course, please make sure you have access to these resources.
You will be assessed by a theory exam and a synoptic practical assessment.
Your course may include work experience or a work placement that could lead to the offer of a part-time or casual work, or you might work outside of your studies. Our students benefit from local site visits and trips to construction companies, such as our award-winning local partner Priestley Construction.
Successful completion of your course can lead to further study, apprenticeships or you may progress into employment. A Carpenter/Joiner has the potential to earn anywhere between £12K to £40K per year.
If you are aged 19+ and studying a Further Education Course at Bradford College, you may have to pay course fees. Course fees are dependent on the number of hours and which course is being taken.
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When you sign forms and accept a place at the College, you agree to abide by College rules and any changes made to them, and accept that we have the right to reject applicants. You also accept that there are certain circumstances that could prevent us from providing some services or programmes. These are: changes in Government funding policy, low class numbers; severe weather conditions; severe damage to buildings; circumstances which may affect the health and safety of staff and/or students, or any other relevant circumstances outside the reasonable control of the College. In these cases, we reserve the right to withdraw any programmes or service.