This is an exciting intensive course that will offer learners who wish to progress in construction an opportunity to develop essential employability skills along with tasters in key trades.

You will also obtain the CSCS card and a number of construction related ‘tickets’ that are essential for securing a job or apprenticeship in the sector.

This course will help you develop a range of job-related and personal skills to pursue an entry job role within the construction sector.

This course cover a range of hand-skills and practical tasks in the following trade areas

  • Bricklaying

  • Carpentry and Joinery

  • Plastering

  • Wall and Floor Tiling If you are 16 to 19 years old on a full-time course you will be offered a balanced, high quality study programme to open up your options and give you the best chance of progression into further training opportunities or lasting employment. We will also endeavour create opportunities for students to take part in work experience. A study programme is to consists of a substantial core programme of study combined with maths, English and any additional learning or work experience. Students who haven’t yet achieved GCSE Grade ‘C’ in English and maths at 16 will be required to continue to studying these subjects, by taking Functional Skills. For the non-qualification hours, students are also required to undertake an employability programme and/or where appropriate work experience, which is relevant to their course of study.

This course is for learners wanting to learn the basic skills and knowledge involved in electrical installation.

The qualification covers a range of basic tasks and underpinning knowledge involved in electrical installation, including:

  • Environmental and sustainability measures in domestic dwellings
    • Site preparation for working in the construction industry
    • Electrical installation wiring and terminations
    • Electrical science and technology

This course is for candidates who work or want to work as a Bricklayer in the construction sector.

It allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in Bricklaying.

Covering the following skills:

  • Carrying out Blocklaying activities

  • Carrying out Bricklaying activities

  • Carrying out Cavity Walling activities

  • Contribute to Setting Out and Building of Masonry

  • Structures up to Damp Proof Course

If you are 16 to 19 years old on a full-time course will be offered balanced, high quality study programmes to open up your options and give you the best chance of progression into further training opportunities or lasting employment. We will also endeavour create opportunities for students to take part in work experience.

A study programme consists of a substantial core programme of study (bricklaying), combined with maths, English and any additional learning or work experience.

Students who haven’t yet achieved GCSE Grade ‘C’ in English and maths at 16 will be required to continue to studying these subjects, by taking Functional Skills.

For the non-qualification hours, students are also required to undertake an employability programme and/or where appropriate work experience, which is relevant to their course of study.

This course allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in carpentry or joinery.

UNITS

  • Building Methods
  • Forming Basic Woodworking Joints
  • Maintaining Hand Tools
  • Preparing & Using Power Tools
  • Safe Work Practices
  • English & Maths

If you are16 to 19 years old on a full-time course you will be offered a balanced, high quality study programme to open up your options and give you the best chance of progression into further training opportunities or lasting employment. We will also endeavour create opportunities for students to take part in work experience.

A study programme is to consists of a substantial core programme of study (carpentry & joinery), combined with maths, English and any additional learning or work experience.

Students who haven’t yet achieved GCSE Grade ‘C’ in English and maths at 16 will be required to continue to studying these subjects, by taking Functional Skills.

For the non-qualification hours, students are also required to undertake an employability programme and/or where appropriate work experience, which is relevant to their course of study.

It allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in Site Carpentry.

It covers the following skills:

  • Carry out first fix flooring and roofing

  • Carry out first fix frames, partitions and stairs

  • Carry out second fixing operations

  • Carry out carpentry maintenance

  • Set up and operate a circular saw

If you are16 to 19 years old on a full-time course you will be offered a balanced, high quality study programme to open up your options and give you the best chance of progression into further training opportunities or lasting employment. We will also endeavour create opportunities for students to take part in work experience.

A study programme is to consists of a substantial core programme of study (site carpentry), combined with maths, English and any additional learning or work experience.

Students who haven’t yet achieved GCSE Grade ‘C’ in English and maths at 16 will be required to continue to studying these subjects, by taking Functional Skills.

For the non-qualification hours, students are also required to undertake an employability programme and/or where appropriate work experience, which is relevant to their course of study.

This industry-recognised Diploma has been designed in partnership with the construction skills sector to enable you to obtain new or develop previously acquired skills in brickwork. This course is for candidates who work or want to work as a Bricklayer in the construction sector.

It allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in Bricklaying.

UNITS

  • Safe Working Practices
  • Information
  • Quantities & Communicating with Others
  • Building Methods & Construction Technology
  • Interpreting working drawings to set out masonry structures
  • Producing thin joint masonry and masonry cladding
  • Building solid walling, isolated and attached piers
  • Construct cavity walling forming masonry structures

If you are 16 to 19 years old on a full-time course will be offered balanced, high quality study programmes to open up your options and give you the best chance of progression into further training opportunities or lasting employment. We will also endeavor create opportunities for students to take part in work experience.

A study programme is to consists of a substantial core programme of study (bricklaying), combined with maths, English and any additional learning or work experience.

Students who have not yet achieved GCSE Grade ‘C’ in English and maths at 16 will be required to continue to studying these subjects, by taking Functional Skills.

For the non-qualification hours, students are also required to undertake an employability programme and/or where appropriate work experience, which is relevant to their course of study.

This City & Guilds course will cover the practical and job-related knowledge needed for those who want to work in the plumbing industry. The aim of the qualification is to provide a basic introduction to the plumbing sector.

Key areas of study are:

  • Unit 101 Structure of the construction industry
  • Unit 102 fundamental safe working practices
  • Unit 103 Environmental and sustainability measures in domestic dwellings
  • Unit 104 Site preparation for working in the construction industry
  • Unit 108 Above ground drainage
  • Unit 109 Copper pipework
  • Unit 110 Plastic pressure pipework
  • Unit 111 Low carbon steel pipework
  • Unit 112 Installation, repair and maintenance of plumbing systems
  • Unit 113 Plumbing science

It allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in Site Carpentry.

It covers the following skills:

  • Carry out first fix flooring and roofing

  • Carry out second fixing operations

  • Carry out first fix roofing and stairs

  • Carry out second fixing double doors and mouldings

  • Set up and use fixed and transportable machinery

If you are16 to 19 years old on a full-time course you will be offered a balanced, high quality study programme to open up your options and give you the best chance of progression into further training opportunities or lasting employment. We will also endeavour create opportunities for students to take part in work experience.

A study programme is to consists of a substantial core programme of study (site carpentry), combined with maths, English and any additional learning or work experience.

Students who haven’t yet achieved GCSE Grade ‘C’ in English and maths at 16 will be required to continue to studying these subjects, by taking Functional Skills.

For the non-qualification hours, students are also required to undertake an employability programme and/or where appropriate work experience, which is relevant to their course of study.

What will you Learn? Scientific principles for domestic, Industrial and Commercial plumbing. Common plumbing processes Cold water systems Domestic hot water systems Sanitation Central Heating systems Drainage Systems Health and safety in building service engineering. Understand how to communicate with others within building services engineering.