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Some of the projects(basic through to advanced) carried out on FETAC Level 4 Bricklaying Module

Some of the projects(basic through to advanced) carried out on FETAC Level 4 Bricklaying Module

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  • 1. FETAC LEVEL 4
  • 2. Starting out-basicpanel with a “blockon flat” pillar tied intowall
  • 3. Building an externalcorner-using aquarter block at thecorner to achieve“half bond”
  • 4. A basic pillar-all fullblocks-no cuts-100mm bond at eachcorner
  • 5. 550mm wide pillar ateach end, 100mmwall with intermediatepillar tied into the wall
  • 6. A basic blockworkpillar with a numberof courses ofbrickwork on top
  • 7. A stepped wall-agood exercise insetting out, plumb-level and gauge
  • 8. Cavity closed at dooror window opening
  • 9. Cavity closed atwindow-insulationand DPC in place
  • 10. Advanced set out-curved work
  • 11. Advanced project-BBQ
  • 12. Advanced-fireplacepanel with “dogtoothed” work atmantle, paving slabsat hearth and soldiercourse over opening
  • 13. Advanced-semi-circular arch

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