Full Time Carpentry & Joinery Foundation Programme

In Wigston

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Wigston

Description

You will learn the basic skills and requirements for a career in the construction industry. The course covers the skills and knowledge aspects for employment in the carpentry field.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Wigston (Leicestershire)
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Station Road, LE18 2DW

Starts

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To take into account

There are no formal requirements for this course, however, you must posess a practical attitude and have the ability to study at this level.

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Course programme


Full Time Carpentry & Joinery Foundation Programme

COURSE TITLE: Carpentry & Joinery Foundation Programme
COURSE CODE: 2E130-09
DAYS & TIMES: Various times and dates

WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
You will learn the basic skills and requirements for a career in the construction industry. The course covers the skills and knowledge aspects for employment in the carpentry field.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?
You will study and achieve a level 1 BTEC Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment. There are two units to complete. The first unit will consist of developing skills and working safely in construction where theory work is expected. The second unit will be developing joinery skills which will be practically based. There will be continuous assessments to help you gain your qualifications throughout the duration of the course.

On your course you will have a tutorial period, which is designed to support your learning and assist your progress. In addition there are activities to enrich your experience both in your chosen trade and your student life.

The college is committed to you studying for national qualifications in Maths and English within your vocational course. This will help you get the most out of your work, education and everyday life.

WHAT ARE MY COMMITMENTS?
The course requires 15 hours per week study, plus any additional support workshop sessions identified. You will need to attend all the timetabled classes and tutorial/ support sessions. If your attendance falls below 80% you may not be able to complete your studies.

The time table should be:
Various days covering 2.5 days per week.

WHAT WILL I ACHIEVE?
- BTEC Certificate in construction level 1
- Introduction to Employment in the Construction Industries Certificate
- Award in functional skills English
- Award in functional skills Mathematics

WHAT WILL IT COST ME?
2e130-09 Course fees 30 16-18 year olds, 502(49) 19 years and over

2e131-09 Course fees 30 16-18 year olds, 502(49) 19 years and over

Course fees are payable on enrolment. Costs shown in brackets are for those on income-based benefits. Refunds are not normally available.

WHAT ADDITIONAL COSTS ARE THERE?
Stationery 10.00
Steel toe-cap boots 25.00
Tape Measure 3.00

The stationary you will need for the course:

A4 Ring binder,
A4 refill pad,
Pen,
Pencil HB/2H,
Calculator,
45 set square,
300 mm rule,
Steel toe-cap boots

WHAT CAN I DO AFTERWARDS?
You may gain employment and progress to an appreticeship.
You can advance your qualification to a Diploma level 1 in Carpentry and Joinery or another trade.

Full Time Carpentry & Joinery Foundation Programme

Price on request