Wood Occupations Bench Joinery Advanced Apprenticeship Level 3
This apprenticeship will enable you to gain a good overall understanding of the wood trade, while also providing you with industry-recognised skills and qualifications, ensuring that you complete the course with a good grounding for future career development. You will learn how to manufacture shaped/curved joinery products and have an understanding of how construction sites are managed. Our courses have an excellent reputation with employers and help you to develop construction skills that will put you at the forefront of the job market. In College, you will be taught by staff who, have not only had successful careers in industry themselves, but who also lead in shaping the UK’s construction and building services training sector.
You will need to have completed a Level 2 Bench Joinery apprenticeship programme.
During this apprenticeship you will study a range of topics, including:
- Health, safety and welfare in construction and associated industries
- Analysing technical information, quantities and communication with others
- Analysing the construction industry and built environment
- Set up and operate woodworking machinery to create curved work
- Manufacture shaped joinery products
- Set and mark out for shaped joinery products
The practical elements of this course will consist of on-going training and assessment, with an end-of-course synoptic test. The theory elements will be assessed through progress tests, assignments, unit tests and an end of course final exam.
QualificationsYou will gain the following qualifications:
Wood Occupations (Bench Joinery) CSkills Level 3 Diploma
• Wood Occupations (Bench Joinery) Cskills Level 3 NVQ Diploma
• Employment Rights and Responsibilities
• Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills
• Functional Skills in English and Maths
Further study and career options
Further study: On successful completion you could move on to a Higher apprenticeship in Construction Management.
Career progression: You will have more advanced skills to progress on to a higher paid role as a bench joiner.
Additional informationYou will need steel toe capped boots, a high viz vest and usual study stationary.
The College part of this apprenticeship will start in September, however you will be able to start the work based learning element at any time throughout the year.