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Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship at Hull College Group

Course description

Construction is a multi-billion pound industry that deals with developing and building anything from a housing estate to a bridge. Few industries are as wide-ranging, or offer so many different career pathways.

Apprentices have a lot of occupations to choose from – if they’re the sort who enjoys physical work, they could help lay the foundations of a ten-storey building; build scaffolding around a famous landmark due for restoration; plaster the interior of an office building or maintain heavy plant.

A construction Apprenticeship provides the opportunity to work on various sites in your region and beyond – there are also plenty of opportunities to work abroad, as many of the largest construction companies operate around the world.

Course content

This course will cover a range of units including basic joinery techniques,  making frames, fitting doors, frames, linings, skirting, architrave, roofs and flooring. Students will also develop job knowledge theory to back up practical work.

Entry requirements

  • You just need to be living in England and not be currently in full-time education.
  • Entry requirements will vary depending on the apprentice’s current level of learning.
  • You should check the individual entry requirements for your framework at the time of enquiry.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hull College Group directly.

Last updated date: 21 April 2016

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