Basic Carpentry & Joinery Skills 6217 - (Level 1) at Coleg Sir Gar
To develop hand tool skills enabling students to allow further progression on to higher courses.
The basic construction skill qualification in woodworking is for learning more about this aspect of construction. You don't need experience - you just need to be serious about having a go and seeing if carpentry is the right career for you.
There are no formal entry requirements.
All units will be assessed using practical assignments. 70% of the course is workshop based and therefore the course gives practical experience to prepare you for further study or for the workplace.
A City & Guilds qualification is proof that you have the right skills to do your job well - which is why so many employers look for people who have one.
You can be confident your qualification is well respected within your industry. The Certificate in Construction is an ideal way to get into a more advanced qualification or apprenticeship that can lead to a career in construction.
Once you've finished the Introduction Certificate in Basic Skills in Construction, you'll want to think about other qualifications that can give you the skills you need for a job in construction crafts.
How to apply
You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.