Kirklees College

Diploma in Joinery Level 1

Kirklees College
In Huntington

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Typology GCSE
Location Huntington
Start Different dates available
  • GCSE
  • Huntington
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    Different dates available
Description

itial assessment indicating that you are working at entry level 3 and you are able to achieve English level 1 within one year and working at entry level 3 in maths with the ability to achieve level 1 within one year. It is expected that students complete their cur

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Huntington
North Yorkshire, England
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Starts Different dates available
Location
Huntington
North Yorkshire, England
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What you'll learn on the course

IT
Joinery
Industry

Course programme

Overview

If you are new to the building industry and want a career in joinery, this course is for you.

You will learn about:

  • jointing methods,
  • basic frame assembly,
  • health and safety,
  • joinery technology,
  • types of timber,
  • fitting ironmongery (hinges, handles, locks and latches).

The course includes formal classroom activities, workbooks, practical sessions in the workshop, and computer based activities.


Entry Requirements

  • An initial assessment indicating that you are working at entry level 3 and you are able to achieve English level 1 within one year and working at entry level 3 in maths with the ability to achieve level 1 within one year.
  • It is expected that students complete their current course of study to the best of their ability and maintain a positive approach to continuing their studies.


Entry Requirements

  • An initial assessment indicating that you are working at entry level 3 and you are able to achieve English level 1 within one year and working at entry level 3 in maths with the ability to achieve level 1 within one year.
  • It is expected that students complete their current course of study to the best of their ability and maintain a positive approach to continuing their studies.


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