Oxford, OX4 6HN
Improve your skills and career prospects in the construction industry with this Brickwork and Trowel Trades Level 3 study programme.
The Bricklaying Level 3 study programme builds on the skills and knowledge you will have learned at Level 2, advancing onto bigger practical projects and more advanced theory. The course ranges from health and safety to mixing and bedding, walling details and ground work.
This programme combines core employability skills with a broad understanding of bricklaying. You will be introduced to core bricklaying skills such as measuring, estimating, drawing out plans, and laying bricks and blocks to build brickwork structures.
On this programme you will also learn the attributes, values, skills and attitudes for working in the construction industry, with a specialist focus on bricklaying. The programme is designed to increase your employability and prepare you for progression into a bricklaying apprenticeship.
The course blends practical workshop skills and activities with underpinning knowledge that is delivered in the classroom.
What I'll learn
Building on the skills and knowledge you learned at Level 2, advance onto bigger practical projects and more advanced theory. This includes setting out and arch projects.
You will gain brickwork skills and understand a detailed overview of the construction industry.
Functional skills also form part of the course.
How I'll learn
On the Bricklaying Level 3 programme you will learn through practical sessions in the workshops and theory lessons in the classroom.
How I'll be assessed
Assessment is ongoing throughout the year. You will attend practical sessions in the workshops and theory lessons in the classroom.
Five GCSEs grade 9–4 (A*–C) including English and maths or transfer in from an Intermediate Level 2.
How to Apply
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Printed application forms are also available.
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