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Site Carpentry - Diplomas and NVQ Level 2 and 3

Site Carpentry - Level 2 & 3 Diplomas

 

Level 2 Diploma - Site Carpentry

Entry Requirements:   No specific requirements

The aim of this course is to provide you with the skills, underpinning knowledge and a broad understanding of the diversity and complexity that is the Construction industry.  You’ll explore the roles and responsibilities of the people who work in the industry and the possible career progression routes. There will also be opportunities to work on projects in the community and to gain real work experience.

This course is designed to develop your practical skills, knowledge and understanding of Site Carpentry and the construction industry in general.

 


 

Level 2 and 3 NVQ Diploma - Wood Occupations - Site Carpentry

Entry Requirements:   Employed within the industry and able to meet the NVQ workplace competence requirements.

The aim of the NVQ Wood Ocupations Level 2 and 3 Apprenticeship Framework/Standards is to provide a training and workplace and college assessment for apprentices towards completion of the NVQ

 


 

Level 3 Diploma - Site Carpentry

Entry Requirements:   Level 2 Diploma in site carpentry or equivalent

Carpentry is a rewarding, challenging and creative career.  There is a great sense of satisfaction to be gained that you can create something that is long-lasting and is a testament of your skill and talent to bring pleasure or functionality to someone.

The aim of this course is to provide you with the skills, underpinning knowledge and a broad understanding of the diversity and complexity that is the Construction industry.  You’ll explore the roles and responsibilities of the people who work in the industry and the possible career progression routes.

This course is designed to develop your practical skills, knowledge and understanding of carpentry and joinery and the construction industry in general.  It explores the built environment and the wider issues of sustainability and the impact the Construction industry has on the environment.