To be a carpenter and joiner you need to be good with your hands and enjoy working as part of a team. On this course you will be trained to use a range of tools and machinery to a high standard while following strict safety procedures. There will also be an option to do workshop joinery.
Carpenters and joiners are required to prepare, build and install a wide range of wood products including doors, windows, floors, walls, staircases and roof trusses. You will learn how to set out, prepare, joint, cut and shape timber for all kinds of construction projects. The work can be physical, so a good level of fitness is an advantage.
Depends on entry level and experience, the tutor will advise you after consultation. See admissions criteria for further details.
- Construction of roofs, stud walls, floors and fittings and the fixing of components
- Fitting and fixing on site, doors, architraves, windows and stairs
- Using hand and power tools
- Basic woodworking machinery
- Making doors, windows, stairs and kitchen fitments
- Health and Safety
Essential Skills in Communication, Application of Number and Information Technology. Applicants who have achieved GCSE English, Mathematics or IT at grades A-C, will be exempt from the equivalent essential skill.
1-4 years depending on how many levels you want to progress through
You may progress through the levels and then to higher education, alternatively you may go straight into employment or become self employed.
HOW TO APPLY
All full-time & part-time courses starting in September 2020 are open for applications. Please click on the Apply Now button (top right in the blue box) to begin your application
If you require any assistance with your application you can call us on 0300 123 1223.
William Mc Connell
028 3839 7850
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