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.

Bricklaying Certificate in Construction Skills City & Guilds 6219-08
Outline: Candidates will build many types of walls, ranging from half brick walling to brick and block gable ends.
LevelLevel 1
LocationColchester
Duration18 Weeks
CampusColchester Institute
Start DateSeptember 2018
Attendance2 evenings per week
Price£532
Course Content
Unit accreditation no. City & Guilds Unit Number Unit Title Credit Value
D/505/1346
Mandatory
101 Introduction to health and safety in construction 3
Unit accreditation no. City & Guilds Unit Number Unit Title Credit Value
M/505/1514 005 Constructing half brick walling 3
J/505/1342 102 Introduction to the Construction Industry 3
A/505/1564 118 Constructing block walling 3
M/505/0721 119 Constructing half brick return corners 4
H/505/0733 120 Constructing cavity walls in brickwork and blockwork 4
K/505/0734 121 Constructing one brick walling 4

 

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of secondary education.

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