Apprenticeship Standard in Carpentry and Joinery (Bench) (STN240) (Worksop) Y1
What will you be working towards?
Working towards a Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Wood Occupations, you will
specialise in either Site Carpentry or Architectural Carpentry. You will be
given the opportunity to achieve nationally recognised qualifications, whilst
gaining practical skills within the work place.
You will also work
towards your qualifications whilst attending college one day per week for your
practical and written assessments.
Health and Safety
Understand the Programme and Work Schedule for their Work Area and Plan
their Work Accordingly
Develop and Maintain Good Working Relationships with Managers, Supervisors
Determine the Best Way of Carrying Out Work and Ensure this is
Communicated Clearly to Colleagues
Interpret Technical Specifications and Ensure Compliance with
Legislation/Guidance Relevant to the Work Being Done
Select the Required Quantity and Quality of Resources Required for
Carrying out Complex and Non-standard Work including Timber, Tools and Fixings
Creating a Safe and Healthy Working Environment
Understand how to consider Complex Environmental and Task Related
Understand How to Access Data needed to Plan and Execute Work Tasks
Accurately, an Understanding of Building Information Modelling (BIM.) and its
impact on Construction Projects
Understand Legislation and Guidance in Undertaking Construction Work
How will it be delivered?
Your course assessments may include:
A Knowledge Assessment (Short Written Exam and Oral Questioning)