Carpentry and Joinery Level 2 Apprenticeship
Endeavour Learning and Skills Centre
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Why this apprenticeship?
Do you like working in a hands-on environment? Do you like learning in a more practical way? Are you are hard worker?
If so the construction industry might be for you!
The Carpentry and Joinery Level 2 Apprenticeship is a recognised qualification across the construction sector.
You will spend one day a week (20% of your time) with Hull Training and AduIt Education and the rest of the week with your employer.
You would learn the basics of joinery and once your skills have been developed you will move on to more advanced skills.
You need to be aged 16 years and over
GCSE’s at grade’s 9 – 4 in maths and English (A – C)
You do not need any prior joinery qualifications but you do need to be employed to start this course.
If you are not employed then we can help look for an employer or the level 1 might be a great starting point for you.
What qualifications will I achieve?
Learners who successfully complete this apprenticeship will be awarded with a:
- Level 2 Standard in Carpentry and Joinery
You will also work towards gaining your CSCS Card (Health and Safety)
You may have to continue working on your English and maths if you did not get a 4 or above at GCSE, we have a dedicated team who will support you to gain those qualifications.
During this course you will learn a full range of skills that a qualified joiner needs including:
- Health safety and welfare in construction
- First fix joinery (stud walls, door frames, staircases)
- Second fix joinery (skirting, architraves, stair components, kitchens, doors)
- Structural joinery (joists and roofs)
- Carpentry repairs
- Moving and handling
You will work towards gaining an apprenticeship standard. The apprenticeship standard contains a list of skills, knowledge and behaviours you will need to have learnt by the end of your apprenticeship. Standards are occupation focused; they are not qualification-led. The learning happens throughout the apprenticeship and you are assessed at the end of your apprenticeship. It is at this point you will need to prove you can carry out all aspects of the job. This is called the End Point Assessment (EPA).
For more information about apprenticeships visit https://www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/apprentice/what-is-an-apprenticeship
Here you will find some potential career pathways once you have completed your apprenticeship with us.
Move on to the Level 3 Apprenticeship
See course description for progression to achieve a higher qualification and become more competent and valuable to employers or to become self-employed.
- discussing plans and following instructions
- cutting and shaping timber for floorboards, doors, skirting boards and window frames
- making and fitting wooden structures like staircases, door frames, roof timbers and partition walls
- making and assembling fitted and free-standing furniture
- installing kitchens, cupboards and shelving
- building temporary wooden supports to hold setting concrete in place (shuttering)
- making and fitting interiors in shops, bars, restaurants, offices and public buildings
- constructing stage sets for theatre, film and TV productions
Civil Engineering Technician
- assisting with initial site surveys
- preparing estimates of labour costs, and the amounts and type of material
- negotiating with suppliers to get value for money
- arranging lab analysis of soil, rock and materials samples
- creating engineering design plans, by hand or with computer aided design (CAD) software
- drawing up timescales for the delivery of supplies, equipment and labour
- inspecting projects and supervising progress
- reporting problems to site managers and preparing reports for engineers
- checking plans with architects, surveyors and engineers
- hiring staff and buying materials
- planning work schedules
- monitoring building progress and costs
- checking quality
- reporting to clients
- maintaining and promoting health and safety