Introduction to Basic Brickworking Skills

About the course

An introduction and guide for people who would like the opportunity to gain the skills required for basic brickwork to use on garden tasks such as raised planters, retaining walls, decorative features and basic projects. During the day background knowledge will be offered and the opportunity for discussion will be available, with the emphasis being on a practical workshop.

Entry Criteria / Additional Information

All candidates must wear protective clothing and steel toe-capped safety boots.

Landscape

Landscaping involves the design, construction and maintenance of urban and rural environments – to develop ‘greener living’ in these areas. It’s a real government focus and includes everything from gardens, parks, streets, waterways, leisure facilities and open spaces through to large urban redevelopments. There are fantastic career opportunities as the landscape industry is made up of nearly 8,000 businesses employing around 140,000 people, including local authority departments, heritage garden attractions and commercial landscape companies.

They say: Elliot Smith

"Myerscough ticked all the right boxes for the landscape studies that I had my heart set on. The Level 3 Diploma course is brilliant, and I particularly liked the balance between practical and theory-based work."