This new Apprenticeship in Specialist Joinery and Furniture Production will run for two years. The apprenticeship framework will be at Level 2 and will include Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Furniture Making and a Level 2 Diploma in Furniture Production.
The employers in this new apprenticeship scheme are seeking highly motivated applicants with an attention to detail and the desire to develop the skills need to produce high end joinery products and furniture. This apprenticeship aims to provide a structured environment where apprentices, under the supervision of a qualified mentor, develop the professional values, leadership, technical/design competencies and the personal and interpersonal attributes that define the role of a specialist joiner and provide a solid foundation for career progression within this field. Each apprentice will also undergo a specific induction programme with the employer.
Our lecturers and assessors will ensure consistency of ‘on the job’ programme standards and quality. The colleges’ recognise the importance of monitoring each apprentice’s progress in terms of both on and off the job elements of the programme.
Applicants must be at least 16 years of age on or before 1st July in the year of proposed entry to the apprenticeship.
Applicants typically have evidence of competence in written and spoken English Language (minimum GCSE grade D) and numeracy (minimum GCSE grade D) is required; and; Applicants should normally have obtained a minimum of 16 points at GCSE Level;
Individual companies reserve the right to enhance the entrance requirements beyond the minimum criteria where demand exceeds the number of available places.
2 years full-time
Progression will be via a Level 3 Apprenticeship in Furniture Production or into employment in the sector.
HOW TO APPLY
Apply now using our online application form!
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