Apprenticeships in Scotland
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Stonemasons create practical or beautiful (usually both) stone items that can last for centuries.
Robert Broomsgrove is a banker mason for Wells Cathedral Stonemasons
There are no specific entry requirements for this course, but Maths, English and Design and Technology GCSEs at 4 (C) or above are useful to have. In Scotland, Standard Grades/Scottish Nationals and in Wales, the Welsh Baccalaureate or WJEC in Construction are equivalents.
You could start your career as an apprentice stonemason, or you could start as a bricklayer and then specialise in stonemasonry.
As an experienced stonemason you may choose to undertake a level 3 apprenticeship which would incorporate the diploma and NVQ qualification.
Your construction salary will typically range depending on location and level of responsibility. Salaries and career options improve with chartered/master status.
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