Bricklaying, Cskills Diploma Level 1
OverviewThe level 1 Diploma in Brickwork is designed to further develop the skills and knowledge of students who have been successful at Multi-trades, enabling them to work to an advanced level in the industry in their chosen craft. It has been specifically developed for delivery in a training environment using simulated conditions, and the tests are based on the learner showing what they can do as an individual through the completion of all the requirements of the qualification. This course is delivered in 14.5 hours per week. This course is eligible for SFA or EFA funding support.
The qualification comprises of;
General core units.
Occupation specific units.
Synoptic practical assignments.
Multiple choice unit end tests.
Online testing of knowledge.
All the units of training must be completed by each learner. All outcomes must be achieved during the training programme. To gain the diploma, learners must achieve all units, the synoptic practical assignments and the multiple choice unit tests. They must also pass the end of course online test.
ProgressionThe progression from the Level 1 course would be to a Level 2 qualification.
AssessmentThe Level1 Diploma in Brickwork has been specifically developed for delivery in a training environment using simulated conditions, and the test(s) are based on the learner showing what they can do as an individual through the completion of all the requirements of the qualification.
Entry RequirementsThere are no formal entry requirements for the diploma. However, providers must ensure that learners have the potential and opportunity to successfully gain the qualification. As a department we do prefer students to complete Multi-trades as this will give them the skills needed to be successful at level 1. Four GCSE'S at D or above, including maths and english.
QualificationsDiploma L1 in Brickwork. (Cskills)
Home StudyThe number of hours each student will be expected to work outside of normal college time will be determined by their attendance and commitment towards the course. This will be discussed with each learner during one to one tutorial sessions.
Work PlacementLearners do not need to be employed in the construction industry and at present there is no work experience attached to the course.
Additional CostsAll learners are to provide their own PPE which must include boots and overalls. This can cost around 50, learners are also encouraged to supply their own tools but this is not essential.
|Code||Location||Start||End||Times||Day||Duration||Cost (Year 1)|
|CM0113 121301||Newbury College||10/09/2012||28/06/2013||34 Weeks||£730.00|