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Progression Award into Construction NOCN Bricklaying

South Kent College

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What will you be learning? An ideal introduction to 4 trade areas (bricklaying, plastering, woodwork, painting and decorating), suitable as a first step and for the DIY enthusiast. Choose to study two units in one trade area to gain the Award qualification or study individual units (12 in total) to gain particular skills and knowledge. You can study as many individual units as you wish across all 4 trade areas. What happens when you have finished? You can progress from the Award onto the Certificate or other suitable Level 2 courses. Where and when? Option 1 Location: Ashford Start date: April Duration: Short course How is it delivered?: Evening Option 2 Location: Ashford Start date: September Duration: Short course How is it delivered?: Evening Option 3 Location: Ashford Start date: January Duration: Short course How is it delivered?: Evening How much will it cost? Option 1 Tuition Fee: ?165 Exam & Registration Fee: ?32 Option 2 Tuition Fee: ?174 Exam & Registration Fee: ?34 Option 3 Tuition Fee: ?174 Exam & Registration Fee: ?34 You may not have to pay this tuition fee if: id=feelist> You are unemployed and in receipt of Jobseekers Allowance (contribution-based) You are in receipt of, or are an un-waged dependent of someone currently in receipt of any of the following income-based benefits: Income-based Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) Income-related Employments and Support ALlowance (ESA) Income Support Working Tax Credit (your assessed household income needs to be less than 15,276 per year (amount subject to change) Housing Benefit Council Tax Benefit (excluding the 25% single person reduction) Pension Credit - Guaranteed only View our Money Matters page for full details and information about the financial support available, including Adult Learner Grants.

What will you be learning? An ideal introduction to 4 trade areas (bricklaying, plastering, woodwork, painting and decorating), suitable as a first step and for the DIY enthusiast. Choose to study two units in one trade area to gain the Award qualification or study individual units (12 in total) to gain particular skills and knowledge. You can study as many individual units as you wish across all...

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