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Level 2 Apprenticeship in Bricklaying at MidKent College

Course description

Earn while you learn on an apprenticeship with the College! This nationally recognised standard will provide you with the skills, experience and knowledge you need to progress in your chosen career. Your apprenticeship framework will include a combination of on-the-job training, studying for your qualification at College and maths, English and possibly ICT depending on the framework and any prior GCSEs.Do you enjoy seeing a project come together and working practically? If so, why not build the foundations for a great career in bricklaying with an apprenticeship?The units you will study include:> Efficiency in the workplace> Health and Safety> Loading and unloading materials> Preparing materials > Calculations of materials> Carrying out Bricklaying practical work

Entry requirements

Students need to have the following:> Employment within the sector with a contract of employment for at least 30 hours per week> A good standard of education with 5 GCSEs at A-D / 9-3 including maths and English (or equivalent)> Satisfactory completion of the college initial assessment

Future opportunities

You will become a fully qualified tradesperson with the ability to carry out Bricklaying on recognised building projects. If you successfully complete the level 2 course you'll be able to progress onto the level 3.

Further information

> As well as being employed, you'll receive College-based training that will include the development of knowledge and practical skills within our well-equipped workshops, and theory sessions> All students must provide their own personal protective equipment at College to study Bricklaying

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 08 November 2017
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    • Set in the Oakwood Park complex, MidKent College's Maidstone Campus provides a pleasant learning environment for students. The site houses a range of quality workshops – including those for Bricklaying, Carpentry, Motor Vehicle and Welding – as well as a large learning resource centre, refectory and welcoming social zone.

      In 2012 major redevelopment work costing a total of £25 million started at the Maidstone Campus, with new state-of-the-art facilities expected to be open by December 2013.

      As part of the rebuild MidKent College has purchased the University for the Creative Arts' Maidstone campus, which is also based at Oakwood Park and now houses the majority of the College's higher education courses.