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Brickwork – Level 2

Level 2
34 weeks
Full Time
City & Guilds
16-18
Middlehaven (Main Building)
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Course overview

This course will develop your immediate brickwork skills and knowledge. You will cover a variety of skills such as constructing cavity walling, forming masonry structures, building solid walling and the overall principles of building construction. You will also learn about health, safety and wellbeing in industry.

Course Fee:
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Careers in Construction

Potential salary
£41,064.39
Entry level salary
£19,716.60
Average salary
£28,788.27
Annual openings in Middlesbrough
10

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Construction students will have the opportunity to work in state of the art workshops, and have access to a real life outdoor construction site. This realistic work environment allows students to gain practical experience in constructing a single story dwelling which is built from foundations up to the roof.

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Additional Information

Learning Support

We understand students may require a little extra help during their studies, which is why our learning support team are on hand to help learners with a learning difficulty or support need to achieve their full potential.

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Financial Support

Whatever your age or level of study, we offer a comprehensive support service and bursary scheme to help you through your studies. From childcare assistance to travel packages, we pride ourselves on giving expert advice and support.

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Travel Information

We are situated in a fantastic location, just a stone's throw from Middlesbrough town centre. As well as being a matter of minutes from both the train and bus stations, eligible students can also benefit from free travel.

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