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Level: 2

Location: Offsite

Years: 1

Weeks: 36

Hours: 1.00

Start: Roll On Roll Off - Contact Us

Days / Times: Contact Us

Tuition (£): 750.00*

Interview: N

Course Summary

This NVQ is for people currently employed in the construction industry who require formal acknowledgement of their skills and knowledge and who wish to gain a qualification which will support them in enhancing their career opportunities.

Entry requirements

You need no formal qualifications and must be employed.

Course Content

You will cover:

  • Health and Safety
  • Material Recognition
  • Craft Skills

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed on the job: you will be given a dedicated assessor to support and guide you through your NVQ.

Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?

You need safety boots and Personal Protective Equipment.

What can I do after this course?

You can progress to the NVQ Level 3 in Trowel Occupations.

 

* Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are not entitled to any concessions.
*** Co-Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are entitled to any partial concessions.

Lewis Cottle

Lewis Cottle

Lewis says apprenticeship is "setting me up for life"

Teenager Lewis Cottle says switching direction to an apprenticeship course is helping to "set me up for life".

Seventeen-year-old Lewis was one of two applicants chosen by Ilkeston-based Belfield Furnishings to be taken on to work in its maintenance team.

Lewis, who lives in Ilkeston, said he was impressed by a presentation by the company at college. He decided to apply so he could learn a variety of trades.

Richard Newby, HSE and maintenance manager at Belfield, said Lewis's application was one of those which stood out and he was one of two candidates taken on.

Lewis has now switched from a Level 1 Brickwork course to study towards a Level 2 Diploma in Maintenance. He is studying one day a week at college and learning the ropes with Belfield on the remaining four working days.

Richard Newby, Belfield's HSE and maintenance manager said the company's aim was to "invest time and training so our apprentices gain the skills they need to be part of the team for the long haul." He added: "We're pleased to have them on board."

At college the teachers show you the easiest and best ways to do a job. They really help if you are struggling with something.



I like the job because it's actually doing something real. If you do it, like a factory floor, it's here for the next 30 years or more. It's an achievement.
It's great having some money coming in to save up. I can manage my money better to help set me up in life.


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