If you work quickly and accurately with your hands and want to develop a career in construction, our courses will give you the industry-recognised skills in your chosen trade, enabling you to work towards becoming a master craftsperson as a bricklayer, carpenter or joiner, or painter and decorator. With the housing market booming and confidence in the economy returning, the construction industry’s growth will rely on skilled tradespeople.
Whether you are looking to get a first job in the construction industry, a change of career or just want to learn new skills for a DIY project, we have a course for you. Students progress from a Level 1 to Level 2 Diploma and then to employment or an Apprenticeship. We also offer an HNC in Construction and the Built Environment, which can be enhanced within the last six months of study to a Higher Apprenticeship.
Level 1 Bricklaying
Previous school: Sir John Talbots
I wanted to do a trade and bricklaying was the one I enjoyed the most. It is a fun and practical subject that is very hands-on. We have all the equipment we need. I would like to move on to get an Apprenticeship in construction.
Level 1 Brickwork
Previous Institution: Shrewsbury Academy
Bricklaying is a hands-on, practical course and gives you good experience to move into employment.
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