Wood Machining | Furness College
Wood Machining

Wood Machining

Course Content

How long is the course?

Full-time over one year.

How will I learn?

As a student on this course you will have: • the opportunities to develop your skills and knowledge required by people wishing to be employed in the construction industry. • practical training in a craft workshop • study time for theory work that is organised through workbooks and with taught classroom sessions • individual tutorial support

What subjects will I study?

This full-time programme is for those wishing to acquire an understanding of the construction industry, combined with practical skills, before taking up employment as a craftsperson in the industry. The programme includes a Level 2 qualification in an appropriate craft discipline. Every full-time course will include a real experience of work. Maths and English form part of this course and will be assessed at the relevant levels.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed continually throughout the year on practical work by observation and building a portfolio of evidence and by synoptic assessment at the end of the year. Theory work is assessed in Construction by the use of multiple-choice exams throughout the year and at the end of the year. You will also undertake a core assignment which is assessed throughout the year.

Are there any additional costs?

You will need boots, overalls, stationery and drawing equipment.

Entry Requirements

What are the entry requirements?

The Level 1 Construction Crafts Diploma or equivalent qualification.

Can I get more information?

For more information please contact us: T: 01229 825017 E: info@furness.ac.uk www.furness.ac.uk


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