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Overview
How Assessed
Entry Requirements

Overview

Working with wood is a skill that is highly valued in the construction industry. The Level Two Carpentry and Joinery Study Programme is an intermediate course for those looking at becoming woodworkers.

Aimed at those looking to work in the construction environment before they begin working as a tradesman, it can be completed successfully in the College environment without the need for workbased evidence, unlike an NVQ. You’ll learn the theory and hands-on practical skills in roofing, stairs, doors, frames, windows, and health and safety. With our Employability Skills Passport, you’ll also cover skills that employers demand; you will learn to work safely and as a team. The programme is validated by C-Skills and the CITB, and follows national standards. You can continue onto an advanced apprenticeship or find employment within the construction sector as a junior, or onto a professional construction course.

How is the course assessed?

Assessment based

Entry Requirements

Maths and English at 1(G) or above
In addition: personel protective equipment (boots and overalls) stationary

Start DateDurationDaysTimesPriceExam Fee  
9 September 20191 Year-- Funded*£105.00 Enquire Apply now
Start Date9 September 2019
Duration1 Year
Days-
Times-
Price Funded*
Exam Fee£105.00
Action Enquire Apply now