Carpentry and Joinery Occupations Level 3 Apprenticeship (FCON)

Construction, Planning and the Built Environment

Construction, Planning and the Built Environment
Construction, Planning and the Built Environment
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What will you be working towards?

Code BC276
Qualification Type Apprenticeship
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

In the UK, an apprentice of wood occupations could choose to study bench joinery or site carpentry and joinery. Bench joinery is the preparation, setting out, and manufacture of joinery components while site carpentry and joinery focus on the installation of the joinery components, and on the setting out and fabrication of timber elements used in construction. If you are looking to forge a career in an industry that requires craftmanship, then this is the course for you.

Details

There are a number of mandatory and optional units You will study units from the list below which relate to your job role.

You will also study:

Employment, Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) Booklet

Level 1 Functional Skills in English and maths

Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)

Mandatory Units

Site

Installing bespoke first fixing components in the workplace

Installing bespoke second fixing components in the workplace

Confirming work activities and resources for an occupational work area in the workplace

Developing and maintaining good occupational working relationships in the workplace

Confirming the occupational method of work in the workplace

Setting up and using transportable cutting and shaping machines in the workplace

Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace

Bench

Producing setting out details for routine bench/architectural joinery products in the workplace

Marking out details for routine bench/architectural joinery products in the workplace

Manufacturing routine bench/architectural joinery products in the workplace

Confirming work activities and resources for an occupational work area in the workplace

Developing and maintaining good occupational working relationships in the workplace

Confirming the occupational method of work in the workplace

Manufacturing bespoke bench/architectural joinery products in the workplace Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace

Optional units

20 credits are required from one unit for Bench and 46 credits from 2 units for Site.

How will it be delivered?

You will be assessed by your assessor using a portfolio of evidence, practical demonstrations and assignments. You will be assessed both in college and in your place of work.

Entry requirements

Successful completion of Level 2 Apprenticeship in Joinery.

You will need to find an employer to employ you as an apprentice.

Your next steps...

Upon completion you could progress onto further study relating to your role or apply for job roles including:

Joiner

Site Carpenter