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Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship Standard Level 3

Practical Vs Theory

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Course overview

This appren­tice­ship will enable you to under­take com­plex tasks, requir­ing high lev­els of prac­ti­cal skills and knowl­edge. In addi­tion to man­ag­ing your own work and lead­ing small teams, as an Advanced Site Car­pen­ter or Archi­tec­tur­al Join­er, you will build bespoke build­ing com­po­nents, com­plex wall and floor units and erect bespoke struc­tur­al car­pen­try and com­plex roof struc­tures. You may also pro­duce com­plex build­ing com­po­nents by set­ting out, mark­ing out and man­u­fac­tur­ing bespoke archi­tec­tur­al products.

 

What Does The Pro­gramme Include

You will be employed as an appren­tice for at least 30 hours a week. You will have a work­place men­tor or super­vi­sor who will be respon­ci­ble for your train­ing and wel­fare at work. You will attend col­lege for work­shop ses­sions as required. An asses­sor will vis­it you in the work­place to assess your progress against stan­dards and set SMART objectives.

Entry Require­ments

Car­pen­try and Join­ery Appren­tice­ship Lev­el 2 and be pre­pared to work towards achiev­ing Func­tion­al Skills Lev­el 2.

How The Course Will Be Assessed

An asses­sor will vis­it you in the work­place to assess your progress against stan­dards and set SMART objectives.

Poten­tial Future Career

As a ful­ly com­pe­tent Advanced Site Car­pen­ter or Archi­tec­tur­al Join­er you will meet the require­ments of the Con­struc­tion Skills Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion Scheme (CSCS) Skilled Work­er’ stan­dard, which is wide­ly accept­ed int he sec­tor as a licence to oper­ate’ in a skilled con­struc­tion trade.

Course Con­tent

This is a core and options appren­tice­ship, with two pathways.

Path­way 1: An Advanced Site Car­pen­ter will nor­mal­ly work on a build­ing site, or in domes­tic and com­mer­cial premis­es, prepar­ing and installing com­plex and often bespoke build­ing com­po­nents e.g high qual­i­ty doors, shaped lin­ings, stair­cas­es with turns, com­plex wall and floor units, erect­ing bespoke struc­tur­al car­pen­try (inclined roofs and joints) and erect­ing com­plex roof struc­tures (e.g inclined roofs with hips, val­leys and dormers)

Path­way 2: An Advanced Archi­tec­tur­al Join­er will nor­mal­ly be employed in a work­shop, pro­duc­ing com­plex build­ing com­po­nents by set­ting out, mark­ing out and man­u­fac­tur­ing bespoke archi­tec­tur­al prod­ucts (e.g doors, win­dows, stair­cas­es with turns and panelling/​cladding)

 

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