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Diploma in Carpentry and Joinery (Carpentry Joinery Woodwork Wood Timber)

1. Qualification detail

2. Course description

All our courses are designed to cover the full range of topics and tasks as laid down by the awarding body in response to industry requirements. All practical activities are carried out within out start of the art workshops with theory work being a mix of classroom and assignment activities. The topics include: General Carpentry and Joinery Communications Job planning Geometry Materials and components Timber technology Mechanics and adhesives Construction Site Procedures Site Practice Communications Site Measurement Temporary work Machine and powered hand tools Floors Roofs Panelling Partitions Doors and Screens Stairs Job planning Workshop Organisation Joinery components Machine Utilisation and practical activities relevant to one of the above options.

3. Entry requirements

No formal academic qualifications are required but students must be at least 16 years of age. The course is open to mature students, to the disabled and any student with some knowledge of English (even as a second language.) All students are required to attend a formal interview and sit an assessment test.

4. Equipment required

No equipment required

5. Assessment method

Consists of theory and practical assessments for all units when you and your lecturer feel that you are capable of achieving the standards required by industry. Arrangements will then be made so that the assessment can take place. It should be noted that the job knowledge should be completed before the practical assessment. Formal assessment takes place at levels 1 and 2. The practical activities are continuously assessed by the practical tutor and monitored by a City & Guilds Verifier.

6. Venue

7. Other dates or venues

Venue Start date Options
Rush Green Campus 04 September 2019 View course