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C&G L2 Core in Construction and Building Services Engineering PT

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Course Outline

The City & Guilds 6219-07 Multi-Skills Level 1 Construction Diploma is a one-year programme for learners who wish to enter the construction industry.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements. You will be required to complete an interview with one of our construction trade tutors. During the interview, you will need to demonstrate an interest in learning more about construction with a view to progressing to training or work in the industry.

What will I learn?

You will gain experience of the different skills in a variety of construction pathways including bricklaying, carpentry & joinery, painting & decorating and plastering. On successful completion of the programme, you will have the opportunity to progress to a Level 2 qualification, apprenticeship or further training in your chosen construction trade.

Course Assessment

Practical workshop assessments and portfolio of evidence

Career Progression

You could progress on to study the City & Guilds L2 Foundation Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment. Alternatively, you could progress into apprenticeship training or employment in the construction industry.

Duration

01 August 2024 - 31 July 2025

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