Carpentry and Joinery (Site) - Level 3

The course has both theory and practical assignments which prepare you for a career in Carpentry and Joinery.

Assessment is by a range of methods which may include assignments, projects, case studies, practical exercises, question papers and portfolio building.

The programme also includes studying maths and English towards GCSE grade A*-C (new grading system: 9-4) if you do not already have these grades.

What topics/modules are covered?

  • Health, safety and welfare in construction and associated industries
  • Analysing technical information, quantities and communication with others
  • Analysing the construction industry and built environment
  • Carry out first fixing operations
  • Carry out second fixing operations
  • Set up and operate cutting and shaping machinery
  • Erect complex structural carcassing and components
  • Install and maintain non-structural and structural components

What are the entry requirements?

In order to qualify for this course, you will need at least one of the following:

  • 4 GCSEs at grade C (new grading system: 4) or above

Or

  • A relevant Level 2 qualification

Or

  • Industry related experience

The College will always treat each applicant as an individual. Should you not have or not expect to obtain the grades stated above, or not have relevant industry related experience, the College would still welcome your application for this course as this will enable us to identify whether this course is, in fact, the right course for you or whether another course may be more appropriate.

All course offers will be subject to satisfactory interview and reference.


What can I do if I complete this course?

  • Apprenticeship
  • Employment

Career Path

  • Carpenter
  • Joiner
  • Project Manager

What qualification will I gain?

Level 3 Diploma in Carpentry and Joinery (Site).

Start date

September.

Duration

1 year.

Where will I be based?

The Pembroke Centre, Hugh Baird College.

Cost

Aged 16-18
Free.

Aged 19+
There may be fees associated with this course. You may be eligible to have some or all of these fees waived by the College, depending on your individual circumstances. Please call 0151 353 4444 or email enquiries@hughbaird.ac.uk with any queries.

Financial Support (all ages)
You may be eligible to receive financial support for course fees, travel and childcare. Please visit our Student Finance page for more information. Please call 0151 353 4444 or email enquiries@hughbaird.ac.uk with any queries.


Additional Information

You are expected to supply your own pen, pencil, scale ruler, calculator, eraser, steel toe capped boots and overalls.


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Terms, Conditions and Disclaimer

We reserve the right to make changes and improvements to the provision of courses and other details. There are minimum numbers of students required for each course to run. Should there be insufficient numbers to run a particular course, then every effort will be made to enrol you on a similar, appropriate course.


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Study Programme

If you are aged 16-19, this qualification will form a substantial part of your study programme. The study programme has been designed to ensure that young people are fully equipped and ready to move on to the world of work or higher level courses. In addition to your main qualification, will you also get the opportunity to undertake relevant and CV bolstering work experience out in your chosen industry. You will also be supported through maths and English qualifications.

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