Carpentry and Joinery Level 3 Apprenticeship
Endeavour Learning and Skills Centre
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Why this apprenticeship?
Do you have a recognised joinery qualification, or experience working as a site joiner?
If so the Carpentry and Joinery Level 3 Apprenticeship might be for you!
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 a more advanced and in-depth level of joinery and hone your skills.
You need to be aged 16 and over
GCSE’s at grade’s 9 – 4 in maths an English (A – C)
A level 2 in carpentry and joinery or relevant experience
If you are not employed then we can help look for an employer.
What qualification will I achieve?
Learners who successfully complete this apprenticeship will be awarded with a:
- Level 3 NVQ in Carpentry and Joinery
- Level 3 standard in Carpentry and Joinery
You will work towards gaining your CSCS Card (Health and Safety). If you don’t have one!
You may have to continue working on your English and maths if you did not get a 4 / C 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 fully qualified joiner needs including:
- Health safety and welfare in construction
- Complex mouldings (skirting and architraves)
- Double doors (fitting)
- Staircases with turns
- Complex roofing (with hips, valleys and dormers)
- Advanced carpentry repairs
- Moving and handling
- Work planning and building processes
You will work towards gaining an apprenticeship standard. The apprenticeship standard contains a list of skills, knowledge and behaviours you will need to have learned 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.
Kitchen and Bathroom Fitter (employed / self-employed)
- using a range of hand and power tools
- measuring out work areas
- ripping out and disposing of old units and suites
- marking the location of pipes and cables
- measuring and cutting worktops, recesses and joints
- fitting units and appliances
- tiling walls and laying flooring
- clearing away debris at the end of the job
- following building regulations to meet health and safety
Construction Site Supervisor (Site Foreman)
- supervising workers and subcontractors
- helping project managers to plan work
- managing orders and deliveries of construction materials
- organising staff work schedules
- checking work is carried out safely
- completing records for site reports
- attending site management meetings
- creating detailed technical plans using CAD software
- creating a plan, following building laws and safety regulations
- working towards budgets
- managing construction
- choosing materials
- checking building work and progress
- communicating and sharing ideas with other architects and architectural technicians