Building & Construction

Bricklaying Intermediate Level 2 Apprenticeship

For those employed in the Construction Industry with the opportunity to gain experience and competency in the range of work required for the chosen discipline at this Level. Students without the correct entry requirements can complete a full-time traineeship in multicrafts at Entry Level before applying for an apprenticeship. This course is run by CITB/CSkills.

What will I learn?

Learn the theory for a Level 2 Diploma at college and the practical skills in the work place to achieve an NVQ Diploma. Functional Skills literacy and numeracy at Level 1 will also be required to complete the framework.

How will I be assessed?

Students will be assessed for their NVQ Diploma both on site and with an e-portfolio of evidence. A college based Diploma will be assessed by undertaking online tests, carrying out observed practical tasks and the completion of assignments.

What may it lead to?

Students can progress into full time employment as a Site Carpenter or Bench Joiner. Progression is into an advanced level Apprenticeship.

Entry Requirements

An initial diagnostic test with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Canterbury College to ascertain that the standard of literacy and numeracy is appropriate for this Level 2 course.

Additional Information & Other Costs

Students must be employed in the Industry. If you are 19 or over your employer may have to pay a contribution towards your training costs - please contact Work Based Learning for more information.

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Course Fees

What you pay in course fees will depend on your personal circumstances and age. To find out more, visit our Fees page. If you are aged 19 or above, you may qualify for a Advanced Learning Loan.