Southern Regional College

Part Time Carpentry and Joinery -Technical Certificate and/or NVQ

Southern Regional College
In Armagh, Newry, Banbridge and another venue.

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Important information

Typology NVQ
Location At 4 venues (Northern Ireland)
Start Different dates available
Description

This course is suitable for The Construction Awards are offered at Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced Levels. The courses are unit based, involving in-college theory lessons and examinations, practical sessions and assessments. The courses provide vocationally relevant knowledge and skills, which can improve employability within these vocations. Successful completion of units or the full Award can contribute to the.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities (4)
Where and when

Location

Starts

Armagh (County Armagh)
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Lonsdale Building, College Hill, BT61 7HN

Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings
Banbridge (County Down)
Castlewellan Road, BT32 4AY

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Different dates availableNow taking bookings
Newry (County Down)
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East/West Buildings, Patrick Street, BT35 8DN

Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings
Portadown (County Armagh)
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36 Lurgan Road, BT63 5BL

Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings

To take into account

· Requirements

Depending on entry level and experience, the tutor will advise you after consultation. As a guide (Level 2 normally required 4 GCSE, 2 at grade C and 2 at grade D or above).

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What you'll learn on the course

Construction
Carpenter
Carpentry
Joinery
Employability
Part Time
Construction Training

Course programme


CARPENTRY AND JOINERY -TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE AND/OR NVQ

Who is this course for?

The Construction Awards are offered at Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced Levels. The courses are unit based, involving in-college theory lessons and examinations, practical sessions and assessments. The courses provide vocationally relevant knowledge and skills, which can improve employability within these vocations.

Successful completion of units or the full Award can contribute to the achievement of an NVQ when vocationally employed.

National Vocational Qualifications are unit based, involving in-college theory assessments and at-work practical assessments and evidence collection and production. You MUST be vocationally employed and a portfolio of the specified evidence must also be completed.

If necessary, you will be required to attend lessons in college to acquire the knowledge and skills specified. This college-based component will include the related Technical Certificate qualification and safety tests.

You need to be physically fit, capable of working at heights, or in a workshop, understand technical information and be able to co-operate as a team worker. You will be using hand tools, equipment and machines, which require specialist operating knowledge.

You MUST comply with all related Health and Safety policies and procedures and accept responsibility for your own actions.

How long is this course for?

College attendance may vary depending on employment status and/or timetable provision, but may involve 1 to 2 days/week at college within the academic year.The full Certificate may take more than one year to achieve.


Attendance Part-Time

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