Course code: XMBS300P
Subject area: Apprentices
Study level: Apprenticeship
Course level: 2
5:51pm - 5:51pm
1st Aug 2020 - 31st Jul 2021
01235 555 585
Carpentry and Joinery apprentices typically either work on a construction site as a Site Carpenter or in a workshop as an Architectural Joiner. Separate information about site carpentry is also available.
Architectural Joiners produce building components by setting out, marking out and manufacturing basic architectural products, including doors, windows, straight staircases and associated ironmongery. Architectural joiners are typically based in a workshop, rather than on site, and will liaise regularly with workshop colleagues and supervisors as well as architects, designers and customers. They will work within a team, under supervision and will use machinery and or tools to create structures or components from designs, plans and specifications that meet the client’s expectations. Advanced Architectural Joiners have responsibility for managing their own and other people’s work, and carry out complex and non-standard work.
Duration:• 13 months practical training period, plus 3 months for End Point Assessment
Delivery model:• Work-based training with your employer• Day release during term time (approximately 1 day per week for 12 months)• Approximately 5 on-site assessment visits per year• Level 2 Functional Skills in Maths and English (7 days at college for each, if required)• Off the job training will count for at least 20% of an apprentice’s time at work
Qualifications included:• Level 2 Functional Skills in English and Maths
End Point Assessment:• Multiple choice knowledge test• Practical test• Professional discussion based on a portfolio of evidence