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2nd Edition

Brickwork Level 3

ISBN 9780367625511
Published December 30, 2020 by Routledge
440 Pages 387 Color & 62 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Brickwork Level 3 has been adapted from John Hodge's classic Brickwork for Apprentices – the established textbook on brickwork for bricklayers. Designed to meet new requirements of the City and Guilds bricklaying programmes this book has been written to match the latest industry-based requirements and technical developments in the field, including recent changes to the Building Regulations. Each chapter follows the syllabus and contains a section of multiple-choice questions to provide trainees with vital practice for the job knowledge and multiple-choice tests.

Highly illustrated throughout and now in full colour, this is the essential reference for qualified bricklayers and other professionals working in the construction industry, as well as students wishing to embark on a career in bricklaying.

There is also the facility to access the Support Material on the Routledge website, which includes:

  • PowerPoint slides for each chapter
  • Lesson plans and schemes of work
  • Multiple-choice questions and answers
  • Job knowledge questions and answers
  • Practical drawings and mark sheets

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Construction Industry (Industrial)

Chapter 2 Health and Safety in the Construction Industry

Chapter 3 Programming the Work

Chapter 4 Working Relationships and Methods

Chapter 5 Setting Out

Chapter 6 Chimneys, Flues and Fireplaces

Chapter 7 Arches

Chapter 8 Curved Walls on Plan

Chapter 9 Ramped Brickwork

Chapter 10 Splayed Brickwork

Chapter 11 Decorative and Reinforced Brickwork

Chapter 12 Repairing and Maintaining Masonry

Chapter 13 Answers to Multiple-Choice Questions

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Malcolm Thorpe is a Life Member of the Guild of Bricklayers and former Head of Construction at West Nottinghamshire College, UK. He has acted as a CITB adviser and was involved in the drafting of bricklaying programmes. He was a verifier for CITB and spent several years producing examination material for examining bodies. He also spent over thirty years designing and organising Guild of Bricklayers local and national bricklaying competitions.