MCAST Diploma in Masonry Heritage Skills (Sewwej)
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|MQF Level||Level 3|
|Duration||2 years on apprenticeship|
|Entry Requirements||MCAST Foundation Certificate
MCAST Introductory Certificate in Masonry Heritage Skills (Riffied)
2 SEC/O-Level passes/SSC&P (Level 3) passes
A full “Secondary School Certificate and Profile” (SSC&P) at Level 2 will be accepted in lieu of one (1) O-level pass.
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|Course Description||This vocational course gives the student the opportunity to take stone restoration as a career. It provides both practical and theoretical skills to enable participation in limited interventions in stone restoration. Successful students can progress to the next higher level course in restoration, the MCAST Advanced Diploma in Masonry Heritage Skills (Mastru). Throughout the programme students will have the opportunity to obtain necessary maintenance, protection and preservation skills, understand preparation and recording techniques, and apply cleaning and testing procedures.
The programme is complemented with other essential units such as Safety at Work, Technical Reporting, IT and Applied Mathematics.
|Study/Course Delivery||This programme of study addresses the competences required as entry level to the Building and Construction Engineering sector. The achievement of the required underpinning knowledge and key skills will be accomplished through contextualising key skills and adopting a highly practical approach.|
|Assessment||Assessment of the programme is an integral part of the learning process. Varied assessment methods are employed. The learning process is completed by providing students with feedback that is both formative and summative in nature.|
|Programme Learning Outcomes||1. Carry out a risk assessment of the surrounding working environment before and after executing an assigned task
2. Use basic tools on surfaces to stabilize, preserve and restore historic buildings
3. Interpret written specifications/drawings and evaluation reports for work on historic structures
4. Identify and apply the main types of materials in use.
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