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Level: 2

Location: Hudson Building

Years: 1

Interview: Y

Course Summary

This course meets the needs of learners who have secured an apprenticeship within the maintenance operations area of construction.

It allows them to learn, develop and practice the skills required for their employment.  It also contributes knowledge and understanding towards the related Diploma in Maintenance Operations.

Entry requirements

You should have gained employment as an apprentice with a construction or building company.

A GCSE grade E or above in English and Maths, a Pass or above in BTEC Level 2 Construction or equivalent qualifications are desirable, although not always required. 

A commitment to your own learning and performance in a working environment is essential.

Course Content

Various trades within the construction industry will be explored, including brickwork, carpentry and joinery, and painting and decorating.  Your studies also feature mandatory health and safety elements.  Your literacy and numeracy skills will be assessed throughout the course.

How will I be assessed?

You will complete College-based practical and theory assessments as you work towards a Level 2 Cskills Diploma in Maintenance Operations.
You will also build an NVQ portfolio of evidence on your site-based experience.

Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?

You will need safety boots and Personal Protective Equipment.

What can I do after this course?

You can advance your career in full-time employment within the construction industry and/or progress to a higher level qualification within construction.

 

This course is run at the Hudson Building

Hudson Building

About the Hudson Building»

Jordan Richards

Jordan Richards

Building a winning future

Jordan Richards built his confidence as well as his technical skills on a Derby College Construction course – and the quality of his work has now been recognised in a string of competitions. Having taken a full-time course at our Ilkeston campus, Jordan secured an apprenticeship with GF Tomlinson, returning to College to take his qualifications to the next level. His tremendous commitment to his work saw him win the Junior Regional Skill Build brickwork title, take runner-up place in the Guild of Bricklayers regional competition, and gain a commendation in the College’s 2014 Peak Awards. He also reached the national finals of the Young Builder of the Year Award, attending a ceremony at the House of Commons.
Jordan has participated in many competitions alongside his study at Derby College. He has achieved an outstanding amount of awards and commendations.
2014

Commended - National Finals for Young Builder of the Year Award, 16-24-year-old category
Commended – Construction Apprentice/Work-based Award at the Derby College Peak Awards
Winner – Regional Skillsbuild, Junior Bricklaying category Runner-up – Regional Guild of Master Bricklayers, Junior category

2015

Highly Commended Construction Learner of the Year Award at the Derby College Peak Awards
Highly Commended Apprentice of the Year Award at the Derby College Peak Awards

2016

Winner – Regional (NOTTS/LINCOLN) heats of the Guild of Master Bricklayers
Second - Regional Skillsbuild heats Gold medal – Regional (NOTTS/LINCOLN) final of the Guild of Master Bricklayers
Runner-up – CITB Apprentice of the Year Awards Second place – Regional Skillsbuild final

I am enjoying my placement with GF Tomlinson and I learnt a lot over the course of just a year.

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