You will need three relevant Standard Grades at General Level or a pass in a relevant NC course at SCQF Level 4 or equivalent.
A place on this course is subject to an interview process.
All students will be interviewed but you may also be asked to undertake a Core Skills test to determine that you have the required level to be successful on the course.
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone who would like to gain experience in the carpentry joinery and industry which may help secure an apprenticeship as a joiner.
What subjects will I be studying?
You will study the following subjects during the course:
Mandatory Units will include:
Working with Wood : Introduction
Working with Wood : Hobbies
Carpentry and Joinery : Introduction
Develop Bench Joinery Skills
Construction Safety Practices : Introduction
Develop Construction Carpentry Skills
Develop Site Joinery Skills
Carpentry and Joinery Repair & Maintenance
Carpentry and Joinery Project for NPA
Course content will also include:
How many days will I be in college?
Normally 3 days, however you will be given your timetable when you attend your Induction Day.
How will I be assessed?
Students will undertake trade specific Units leading to the Group Award.
Assessments are carried out on an on-going basis and are mainly practical.
Progression on to a wide range of relevant vocational courses at SCQF Level 6 or employment.
Due to the large number of applications we have received for this course, we regret that all available places have been filled.
Would you like to look for an alternative course?
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