Brickwork Intermediate (Level 2)
This Intermediate study programme will provide you with the training you will require to develop your skills and the experience to carry out bricklaying to industry standards.
To begin this study programme you will need...
Duration: 1 Year
- Bricklaying Level 1 Diploma with Functional Skills
Duration: 2 Years
- 3 GCSEs at grades A*-G or 9-1 ideally including English and maths, and a keen interest in brickwork.
- Subject units:
- How to carry out safe working practices in construction
- Knowledge of information, quantities and communicating with others
- Knowledge of building methods and construction technology
- How to interpret working drawings to set out masonry structures
- Knowledge of and masonry cladding
- How to build solid walling, isolated and attached piers
- How to build cavity walling forming masonry structures
- English and maths:
If you don't already have GCSE English and maths grade A*-C, we will work with you to help you develop your maths and English skills.
- Personal development skills, study skills and employability skills
Assessments will be carried out at the end of each unit.
Bricklaying Cskills Level 2 Diploma
- Health, Safety and Environment (CSCS) Test
- English and maths skills
- Work experience
- Personal development skills
- Study skills
- Employability skills
Further study and career options
On successful completion you could progress on to Brickwork Level 3. Alternatively you could progress into employment as a bricklayer. In addition you could collect work based evidence which can be converted into an NVQ Level 2.
To take part in this study programme you will be required to pay £20 for uniform/equipment and £20 for a course textbook to aid your studies. You will also need to pay £10 to attend educational event(s) that complement your study programme.
All full-time Level 1 and Level 2 courses are now FREE for everyone, whatever their age. If you are looking to study a Level 3 qualification, courses are still free if you’re under 19 or 19-23 and studying your first full Level 3 qualification. If you’re over 23 or studying a second Level 3 qualification, you will need to pay a fee. Find out more on our financial support page at www.bedford.ac.uk/finance