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Carpentry and Joinery (Site) Level 2 at Hull College Group

Course description

The Carpentry and Joinery Level 2 course is for students who want to progress and enter the construction industry as a joiner.

  • Health and Safety
  • Truss Roofing
  • Maintenance
  • Construction Environment
  • Kitchen Fitting

Course content

  • Conform to Efficient Work Practices
  • Move and Handle Construction Resources
  • 1st Fix, 2nd Fix Carpentry & Joinery
  • Truss Roofs
  • Stairs
  • Floors
  • Doors
  • Kitchen Fitting
  • Maintenance
  • Machine Woodwork
  • Structural Components

You will also have to work towards a GCSE or a Functional Skill in Maths and English.  All students will have a set of tools allocated to them for the practical sessions of the course.

Entry requirements

Students must have completed Level 1 Carpentry & Joinery.

Assessment

70% Practical and 30% Theory.

Practical and technical assessments are built into the framework of the course and are on-going.

Theory content is tested with evaluation questions throughout the course. There will be one multi-choice external test paper or 6 unit tests online, and assignments relating to coursework topics.

Financial information

All materials and equipment necessary to complete the course are supplied (except safety boots and stationery).

Safety footwear must be worn in all workshops.  We do not allow the use of safety trainers.

Students will also be required to purchase a Hull College polo shirt for the course (approx. £8). Information regarding this will be provided at interview.

Future opportunities

After the Level 2, you may decide to take further qualifications leading to a Level 3 Carpentry & Joinery course, then on to a manager or supervisor, quantity or building surveyor or a site agent.

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 18 April 2016

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