Doncaster College

      Carpentry and Joinery Level 3

      Doncaster College
      In Doncaster

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      Typology A Level
      Location Doncaster
      Start Different dates available
      • A Level
      • Doncaster
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        Different dates available
      Description

      You will follow a programme of study that enables progression to further courses and employment within the construction industry You will gain confidence by developing independent learning skills.

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      Starts Location
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      Doncaster
      The Hub Chappell Drive, DN1 2RF, South Yorkshire, England
      Starts Different dates available
      Location
      Doncaster
      The Hub Chappell Drive, DN1 2RF, South Yorkshire, England

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      What you'll learn on the course

      IT
      Construction
      Construction Training
      Skills and Training
      Joinery
      Carpentry
      Industry

      Course programme



      The largest proportion of workers within the industry are engaged in craft occupations. All of these require self-motivation, skills in numeracy, communications and problem solving, as well as a broad range of technical skills. Therefore whilst at college you will be expected to achieve Grade C or equivalent in Maths and English prior to enrolling onto the course at level 3.




      General Course Units:


      Health, Safety and Welfare in Construction – Underpinning theoretical knowledge based around the Construction Industry..


      Principles of Organising Planning and Pricing Construction Work –Provide the learner with the knowledge of Building Methods and Construction Technology.


      Occupational Specific Units:


      Carry out First Fix Flooring and Roofing Operations – Underpinning theoretical and practical knowledge regarding the production of constructing, assembling and fitting timber partitions, door lining, flat roofs, floors, stairs and handrails using hand tools and portable power tools.


      Carry out Second Fix Operations – Underpinning theoretical and practical knowledge regarding how to assemble and fit Kitchen unit, encasements, doors, locks, architraves and skirting using Carpentry & Joinery hand tools and portable power tools.


      Set Up and use Fixed and Transportable Machinery – Underpinning theoretical and practical knowledge regarding how to maintain and use Carpentry & Joinery workshop power tools.


      Carry out First Fix Roofing and Stairs – Provide the learner, the skills to erect traditional cut roofs and stairs with turns, in accordance to current Health and Safety and Building Regulations.


      This course also includes Tutorials, Functional Skills such as English and Maths and Personal and Professional Development.



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