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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 2 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 NOCN 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 DateDurationDaysTimes    
7 September 20201 YearMon-   Enquire Apply now
Start Date7 September 2020
Duration1 Year
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Price Funded*
Exam Fee£105.00
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