Apprenticeship in Construction - Carpentry & Joinery
This is for you if you are looking for employment that involves physical work in a variety of settings and a range of different career pathways.
What are the entry requirements?
These are dependent on the sector and the criteria of some employers, but they are normally:
Apprentice Level 2: A minimum of four GCSEs at grades A ? E, grades 9 - 3 or an equivalent qualification.
Advanced Apprentice Level 3: An Apprenticeship at Level 2 or other equivalent qualification
Higher Level Apprenticeship Level 4: These are available in some subject areas; but in all instances you will need to be already qualified to Level 3.
What subjects will I study?
Apprentice - Level 2 in Wood Occupations
This will include: conforming to general workplace safety, efficient work practices and moving and handling resources, installing first and second fixing components, erecting structural carcassing components and marking out from setting out details for routine products.
Advanced Apprentice - Level 3 in Wood Occupations
This will include: contributing to establishing the operational area, Contributing to the progress of operations, Assisting the organisation of resources, Co-ordinating and Installing first and second fixings, Co-ordinating and erecting carcassing and Producing timber products.
How will I learn?
An Apprenticeship framework is made up of practical work based training (with your employer), training to support the theory and knowledge of your vocational area and general skill qualifications in maths, English and IT. You will also learn about employee rights and responsibilities, personal, learning and thinking skills and depending on which area of training you undertake, some of this learning may take place in college.
How will I be assessed?
The Apprenticeship is assessed on practical aptitude, a portfolio of work and external assessment. The technical certificate is assessed in your lessons through assignments set by your tutors. Maths and English are assessed by examination and a portfolio of evidence.
What opportunities will this lead to?
Once the Apprenticeship has finished there is the opportunity to carry on working, maybe get promoted or if appropriate, progress onto advanced level apprenticeships. In some instances you can go on to higher education in a college or university.
How long is the course?
They usually take from one to three years to complete.
Are there any additional costs?
You will need boots, overalls, stationery and drawing equipment.
Can I get more information?
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