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Construction and Engineering

This level 3 bricklaying qualification will give you the advanced skills and knowledge to produce detailed, complex and decorative brickwork on site. You will be awarded with the NOCN Level 3 Diploma in Bricklaying.

  • Entry Requirements, Units, Assessment and more...

    Entry Requirements

    Four GCSEs at grades A*-C or 9-4; which must include GCSE English and Mathematics and successful full completion of a Bricklaying Qualification at Level 2.

    Assessment Method

    The assessment requirements set for this qualification are multiple choice knowledge tests and practical assignments. Learners must attain at least a pass in each unit in order to achieve the overall qualification.

    Aims of the course

    This Advanced study programme will provide you with the training and experience you will require to develop advanced brickwork skills to an industry-recognised standard, along with the additional skills required for supervisory roles.

    Progression Opportunities

    This qualification enables you, the learner, to demonstrate and recognise your skills, knowledge and understanding so you can progress into industry or into a Bricklaying Apprenticeship

    Facilities

    This qualification enables you, the learner, to demonstrate and recognise your skills, knowledge and understanding so you can progress into industry or into a Bricklaying Apprenticeship.

    The course will be delivered within our Bricklaying workshops and classrooms on the Deptford Construction campus.

    Career Options

    On completion of this qualification you will have obtained the skills, knowledge and understanding to progress on to a higher level qualification in the same or similar occupational area or progress into employment or higher Apprenticeship in your chosen trade.

Course Details

Venue Deptford Bridge
Day/Eve Day
Mode Full Time
Duration 1 year
Start Date 06/09/2021
End Date 01/07/2022

Funding

For up-to-date information about tuition fees, living costs and financial support, visit Fees and Finance.

16-18 Free
19-24 £ 5,421 p/year
24+ £5,421 p/year
International £9,000 p/year

And Then?

College isn't just about a social life and good grades. Check out what sort of careers this subject can lead to.

Chief executives and senior officials

£114,000

Public services associate professionals

£38,000

Bricklayers and masons

£32,000

Dan Sherwood

"I’ve learnt that the best thing you can do is get your head down, work hard and put in the hours – it’s worth it."

Saffron Waller

Saffron Waller

"Everyone is really lovely and really encouraging. I’ve got good teachers – they’re nice people and they don’t talk down to students."

Omobolaji Raimi

Omobolaji Raimi

"It was not easy to get a job in the engineering industry, so I continued with some short courses and agency work to get more experience. This really helped me to stand out in interviews and enabled me to secure a permanent role."

Oluwagbemi Oladimeji

Oluwagbemi Oladimeji

"Passion, discipline and dedication are the watchwords of being successful – not only in this industry but also in being a better human."

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