Apprenticeships - L2 Apprenticeship in Trowel Occupations

The apprenticeship programme consists of a number of qualifications which include a Technical Certificate, NVQ, key skills in application of number and communication, Personal Learning and Thinking Skills and Employer Rights and Responsibilities certificate.

What are the Course Requirements?

A desire to develop a career in Bricklaying within the contemporary construction industry. It is necessary to have completed a Level 1 Foundation Construction Award in Bricklaying . It is necessary to demonstrate ability in numeracy and literacy to a minimum of Level 1. An aptitude for practical skills and a good work ethic is assumed. Learners are required to provide their own safety boots.Employment a necessity, also employers must be able to provide the range of work required to achieve qualification.Empolyers will need to hold employers liability.

Am I right for the course?

This course is suitable for learners wishing to progress from a Level 1 Bricklaying course to a Level 2.

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is ongoing throughout the programme supported by regular review meetings both at college and on site.

What Next

On completion of the level 2 apprentice programme candidate are qualified to proceed to the advanced level.

TypePart Time
Start Date08/01/2017
Durationnk
Fees*POA
CampusOut Of College
Code16/17-WB2BWA1P/Z

* 16-18 years old, no tuition fees apply to Full Time courses and fees subject to confirmation. Additional costs applicable to BHS courses.

* For all two year courses fees shown above are per year.

* Aged 19+ and planning to take a level 3 or above a different fee may apply. You may be eligible for an Advanced Learning Loan.

Most of your training is carried out at your place of work through an Individual Learning Plan. This is designed to provide you with the support, supervision and work-based mentoring you will need.

An assessor will work alongside you and your employer to monitor your progress against nationally recognised qualifications within your vocational area. This ensures that while your needs – and those of your employer – are being met at a local level, the qualifications you gain meet the highest national standards.

Assessors also visit you at your workplace to see how you are putting your developing skills into practice on the job.

Classes will be taught by experienced professionals who will ensure you develop your technical knowledge and key skills.

Career progression is excellent for apprentices, and over the course of their careers, those with an Apprenticeship earn on average, £100,000 more than those without. (A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Apprenticeships and Other Vocational Qualifications, University of Sheffield, 2007)