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Carpentry Apprenticeships

Carpentry Apprenticeships in Brighton

 

If you’re looking to forge a career in an industry that requires real craftsmanship then take a look at our carpentry and joinery apprenticeships


Duration: 24 Months

Start Date: September and January

Course Content: You will learn, develop and practice the skills required to provide complex tasks which will include:

  • Manufacturing routine bench/architectural joinery products in the workplace
  • Marking out from setting out details for routine bench/architectural joinery products in the workplace
  • Producing setting out details for routine bench/architectural joinery products in the workplace
  • Setting up and using transportable cutting and shaping machines in the workplace
  • Conforming to general health and safety in the workplace
  • Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace

Assessment: Assessment will be through a range of assessment techniques including workplace observations, on-line tests and the production of a portfolio of work place evidence and knowledge.

Progression: Following successful completion of the Apprenticeship you may want to further develop your skills by enrolling onto a Level 3 programme.

Entry Requirements: To do this course you are required to have one of the following 5 GCSEs grade A – E to include English and Maths or an equivalent level 1 qualification in the same vocational subject. If you meet the criteria you will be invited to interview with one of the Construction tutors.

Click here to view our full list of Apprenticeship vacancies

 


Duration: 24 Months

Start Date: September and January

Course Content: You will learn, develop and practice the skills required to provide complex tasks which will include:

  • Erecting structural carcassing components in the workplace
  • Installing first fixing components in the workplace
  • Installing second fixing components in the workplace
  • Maintaining non-structural carpentry work in the workplace
  • Setting up and using transportable cutting and shaping machines in the workplace
  • Conforming to general health and safety in the workplace
  • Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace

Assessment: Assessment will be through a range of assessment techniques including workplace observations, on-line tests and the production of a portfolio of workplace evidence and knowledge.

Progression: Following successful completion of the Apprenticeship you may want to further develop your skills by enrolling onto a Level 3 programme.

Entry Requirements: To do this course you are required to have one of the following 5 GCSEs grade A – E to include English and Maths or an equivalent level 1 qualification in the same vocational subject. If you meet the criteria you will be invited to interview with one of the Construction tutors.

Click here to view our full list of Apprenticeship vacancies