Bricklaying Certificate in Construction Skills City & Guilds 6219-08 (P/T Evening)

The City & Guilds Bricklaying Certificate Basic Skills programme is a practical based bricklaying skills course.

There are some underpinning knowledge questions to back up understanding and these have to be answered by the candidates. These can be answered orally if required and recorded in writing by the tutor. Candidates will build many types of walls, ranging from half brick walling to brick and block gable ends.

To achieve the Level 1 Certificate in Construction Skills (Bricklaying) (6219-08), learners must achieve a minimum of 15 credits, 3 credits from the mandatory unit and a minimum of 12 credits from the optional units, of which 6 credits must come from units 102,118-121.

There are also options from which the candidate must build at least two, these range from chimney-stacks to arches and include brick inspection chambers.

Due to changes in the Quality Curriculum Framework the content of this course may vary before the proposed start date.

Course Content
Unit accreditation no.City & Guilds Unit NumberUnit TitleCredit Value
D/505/1346
Mandatory
101Introduction to health and safety in construction3
Unit accreditation no.City & Guilds Unit NumberUnit TitleCredit Value
M/505/1514005Constructing half brick walling3
J/505/1342102Introduction to the Construction Industry3
A/505/1564118Constructing block walling3
M/505/0721119Constructing half brick return corners4
H/505/0733120Constructing cavity walls in brickwork and blockwork4
K/505/0734121Constructing one brick walling4

 

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of secondary education.

How To Apply

The application window for part-time courses starting in September and October 2022 will be open from January 4th 2022.

Applications for this course are made via our online application form and you will be able to access it from this course page.

Once we are accepting applications and you are ready to apply then please click the ‘Apply Online‘ button which will appear below in the next menu.

Upon successful submission of an application you will receive an acknowledgement email from our Admissions team. If you do not receive this you should contact the team to check that your application has been received.

We will begin to process applications for courses starting in the 2022-23 academic year from January 2022.

During the spring-term applicants will receive further correspondence from the College about the next stages of the admissions process. These will include details about interviews with the course tutor or any pre-assessments and trades tests, which start to take place from May.

If you have any further questions about the application process or next available start date, want to check the progress of your application or if you are unsure about anything please contact us using the enquiry line or enquiry form below.

Bricklaying Certificate in Construction Skills City & Guilds 6219-08
Course Outline: Candidates will build many types of walls, ranging from half brick walling to brick and block gable ends.
LevelLevel 1
LocationBraintree
Duration36 Weeks
CampusBraintree Campus
Start DateSeptember 2022 - Applications open on 4th January 2022
Attendance Thursday 6pm - 9pm
Fee(s)19+: £512

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