This course is targeted at those working (or wishing to work) in farm, Estate or general building maintenance and/or horticulture, who wish to extend their skills to include the building and repair of dry stone walls.
There are no formal entry requirements. You will need to bring safety boots and gloves.
• Health and safety considerations • Principles, techniques and tools • Selection of stone • Foundations, batter boards and lines • Repairs and gapping • Corners and wall ends
The course will take place mostly out of doors, on a site chosen to allow practice in both building and repair skills.
This course can be scheduled in any of our college centres. Please call for information and to register your interest.
Please call for information and to register your interest.
This course costs £150. This will include a comprehensive set of course notes.
If you already have a Skills Development Scotland Individual Learning Account (ILA) then you can enrol on a course until 30 June 2017 as long as the course commences no later than 30 September 2017.
From October 2017, the scheme is being refreshed. For more information on how to apply for a new Individual Training Account (ITA) from Skills Development Scotland, go to:
This course will boost your CV if you are seeking employment in the land-based sector.
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