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Carpentry and Joinery Level 3 Apprenticeship

Start Date: 2nd September 2024

Advance Carpentry And Joinery Level 3 Apprenticeship
  • Length 18 Months
  • Study Full Time
  • Location West Lancashire College

Qualification Gained

Level 3 Carpentry and Joinery Standard

Levels Explained

More about the course

This Level 3 Apprenticeship in Carpentry and Joinery comprises of two main elements: Site Carpentry and the Carpentry and Joinery Standards Award. You will develop advanced skills on this Carpentry and Joinery apprenticeship, including complex roofing, dormers and floor joists, fitting double doors, bespoke kitchens and detailed mouldings.

Working alongside industry-experienced tutors and qualified tradesmen in industry, you will learn the enhanced skills you need to be a competent and skilled Carpenter and Joiner whilst learning in college and in a real-life working environment in industry.

If you’re looking to gain advanced skills, earn while you learn and become a skilled tradesman in an in-demand industry, this Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship is for you.

Contact our Apprenticeship team

01695 52490

What can I do with a qualification in Construction?

Daily tasks:

  • Examines electrical plant or machinery, domestic appliances and other electrical assembly for faults using test equipment and replaces worn parts and faulty wiring.
  • Installs electrical plant, machinery and other electrical fixtures and appliances such as fuse boxes, generators, light sockets etc..
  • Assembles parts and sub-assemblies using hand tools and by brazing, riveting or welding.
  • Cuts, bends and installs electrical conduit.
  • Selects, cuts and lays wires and connects to sockets, plugs or terminals by crimping, soldering, brazing or bolting.
  • Examines drawings, specifications and wiring diagrams to determine the method and sequence of operations.

Median Salary

£32,550 View more

Daily tasks:

  • Maintains and repairs woodwork and fittings.
  • Checks accuracy of work with square, rule and spirit level.
  • Aligns and fixes prepared wood pieces by screwing, nailing, gluing and dowelling to form frames, shop fronts, counter units, decking, theatrical sets, furniture, small wooden craft, scale models and wooden templates.
  • Selects and measures appropriate wood and cuts, shapes and drills to specification using saws, planes, chisels and other power or hand tools.
  • Examines drawings and specifications to determine job requirements.

Median Salary

£27,859 View more

Daily tasks:

  • Reports as required to managerial staff on work-related matters.
  • Determines or recommends staffing and other needs to meet productivity requirements.
  • Liaises with managers and contractors to resolve operational problems.
  • Establishes and monitors work schedules to meet productivity requirements.
  • Directly supervises and coordinates the activities of construction and building workers and/or subcontractors.

Median Salary

£37,760 View more