Carpentry & Joinery (Architectural Joiner) – Apprenticeship (Standard)
During this apprenticeship you will learn how to produce timber-based building components and other architectural products, such as doors, windows, units and staircases, for use on construction sites.
During this apprenticeship, you will be required to learn the following knowledge, skills and behaviours:
– Work safely and be aware of key health, safety and welfare issues.
– Plan and carry out their work to commercial standards of quality and speed.
– Move, handle and store resources, such as materials and timber components, complying with relevant legislation and guidance.
– Interpret and follow verbal and written work instructions from trade supervisors and site managers
– Select the required materials to carry out the work, such as correct timber, tools and fixings.
– Access, interpret and use drawings and specifications to carry out their work.
– Understand the principles of health, safety and welfare and how these are applied in the workplace.
– Understand how to communicate with others and comply with instructions and directions.
– Understand the different techniques and methods used to move, handle and store materials.
– Understand how to interpret and use relevant product information and specifications.
– Understand their responsibilities under current employment and safety legislation, such as The Health & Safety at Work Act
– Understand how to calculate quantity, length, area and wastage of resources.
– Understand the needs of other workers and how to work effectively with others.
– Understand the characteristics, quality, uses, sustainability, limitations and defects associated with timber and timber-based products and components, such as hardwood, softwood, MDF and other materials.
– Effective communication: oral, written, listening, body language, presentation.
– Effective team working: work effectively with others with limited supervision.
– Independent working: take responsibility for completing their own work.
– Logical thinking: use clear and valid reasoning when making decisions
– Working effectively: undertake the work in a reliable and productive manner.
– Time management: use own time effectively to complete the work on schedule.
– Adaptability: be able to adjust to changes to work instructions
ARCHITECTURAL JOINER SPECIFIC SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
– Carry out a range of job tasks including drawing, measuring, marking out, fitting, finishing, positioning and securing
– Produce setting out details for the manufacture of doors, windows and opening lights, units and stairs
– Mark out timber from setting out details for the manufacture of doors, windows and opening lights, units and/or fitments and staircases.
– Create, fit and assemble components to manufacture doors, windows with opening lights, units and/or fitments and staircases
– Use, maintain and store specific architectural joinery tools and equipment, such as marking and testing tools, power tools and hand tools
ARCHITECTURAL JOINER SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS:
– Understand the technical principles of architectural joinery and how they are applied in routine tasks, such as, setting out and producing cutting lists, marking out from setting out details and producing cutting lists, fitting and assembling routine products.
– Understand how to accurately take site and workplace dimensions.
– Understand how to form and proportion joints associated with architectural joinery work, such as mortice and tenon, dovetail and comb joints.
– Understand why, when and how health and safety control equipment should be used when undertaking architectural joinery work (e.g. personal protective equipment (PPE) and respiratory protective equipment (RPE).
– Understand how to use, maintain and store marking and testing tools, hand tools, power tools and associated equipment.
– Understand how to requisition architectural joinery materials, such as timber, adhesives and fixings.
– Understand how to work at height and use access equipment safely.
When you complete this apprenticeship, you will meet the requirements of the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) ‘Skilled Worker’ standard – widely accepted as a ‘licence to operate’ in a skilled construction trade.
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Cost : Total Fee £11000
Cost : Total Fee £11000
Assessment will take place both during and at the end of the apprenticeship, with completion being dependent on successful achievement of the qualification elements and the endorsement of the employer after a professional discussion, with the apprentice and training provider.
If you have not yet achieved Level 2 English and maths, you must achieve this prior to taking your end-point assessment.
On completion of this course, you may wish to progress onto the Advanced Apprenticeship Standard in Carpentry and Joinery, or secure employment as a Site Carpenter or Architectural Joiner.
Facilities and resources
As an apprentice, you will have full access to the college facilities.
Q: Does the college find me an employer?
A: No, you are responsible for finding your own work placement. We can help by following up on leads you may have and discussing apprenticeship requirements with a prospective employer, as well as checking them for suitability.
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Why Petroc should be your first choice
Petroc offers high quality education and training across North and Mid Devon. We provide outstanding learning, excellent facilities, strong connections to employers and a supportive environment to help you fulfil your education goals and set you on your path to the career of your dreams.
We offer a supportive and inclusive environment where you can flourish and feel a valued member of the college and wider community.
Our teaching spaces and facilities are some of the best in the region, providing stimulating and true-to-life learning environments.
We’ll provide you with the experiences you need to be ready for employment or the next step on your educational journey.