Level Three Advanced Apprenticeship in Construction - Wood
This apprenticeship develops the skills of people working in roles such as site carpenter, bench joiner and shop fitter.
What will I study?
- How to carry out safe working practices in construction
- First fixing operations
- Second fixing operations
- Erecting complex structural carcasing components
- Maintain non-structural and structural components
- Setting up and using fixed and transportable machinery
How will I be assessed?
The course is assessed through observation, underpinning knowledge questions and the development of a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate competence.
Many apprenticeships do not have formal entry requirements other than you must be working in an appropriate job. Ideally, you will already have completed an Intermediate Apprenticeship in the chosen occupation. Call us for details of the entry requirements of the apprenticeship you're interested in. East Riding College does advertise some apprenticeships with a job attached on behalf of employers. Go to www.eastridingcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships for details.
Following an advanced apprenticeship could be higher education, an NVQ level four, HNC/D in Construction or a foundation degree.
Possible job roles/progression:
- Employment in industry at a more senior level
- The Level Four BTEC Higher National Certificate in Construction
For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.