Level 2 Traineeship in Carpentry & Joinery

This Traineeship programme is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge required to pursue a career in Carpentry & Joinery.


Academic Year: 2024/25
Course Code: 10764
Campus: Downpatrick, Lisburn, Newtownards
Study Type: Full-Time
Education Level Further Education
Department: Carpentry & Joinery

Available Sessions

The following sessions are open for application on this course:

Campus & Course Type Start
Full-Time
Downpatrick
02/09/2024
Full-Time
Lisburn
02/09/2024
Full-Time
Newtownards
02/09/2024
Course Overview

The Traineeship programme will allow participants to achieve a full Level 2 qualification and will comprise of the following key elements:

A main vocational based qualification

Vocational skills development

Transversal and digital skills

Work placement

Literacy and numeracy qualifications at Level 2 (may include GCSE qualifications in English and mathematics)

Additional qualifications deemed necessary for work within a sector e.g. Health and Safety, CSR, manual handling

 
  • Health, Safety and Welfare in Woodworking Occupations
  • First and Second Fix Carpentry Techniques
  • Understanding Construction Methods
  • Interpreting Construction Drawings and Information
  • Setting, Marking Out and Manufacturing of Joinery Products
  • Practical Woodworking Project
  • Maintain and Use Woodworking Hand and Power Tools

You would like to take a step towards a career in Carpentry and Joinery.

This course will teach you about safe working practices at the same time as teaching you the skills required to manufacture joinery products.

Developing your wider skills:    as well as providing you with the technical skills and knowledge in your chosen area, the Traineeship will help you to develop a range of transversal skills that are important for employment including:   Problem solving, Teamwork, Communication, Time management, Entrepreneurship

Our excellent carpentry and joinery workshops and enthusiastic lecturers on the course.

 To the Level 3 qualification in Carpentry & Joinery under the apprenticeship programme if you secure employment or alternatively to FE at Level 3.

 4 GCSEs grade D-G, including grade 'D' in maths and grade 'E' in English or equivalent.

Applicants that have not obtained the above grades but can demonstrate an equivalent level of experiential learning may also undertake a NI Traineeship through Accreditation for Prior Experiential Learning (APEL).  Suitability will also be determined following an assessment of your current level of literacy and numeracy. If you have not obtained the stated entry grades for maths & English, but your assessment determines that you have the potential to achieve a Level 2 Essential Skill in numeracy and/or literacy over the duration of the NI Traineeship, you may be enrolled as an ‘Introductory’ Trainee, following the same programme as those of the Full NI Traineeship except for Essential Skills.  

*Entry criteria my be subject to change

Available Sessions

The following sessions are open for application on this course:

Campus & Course Type Start
Full-Time
Downpatrick
02/09/2024
Full-Time
Lisburn
02/09/2024
Full-Time
Newtownards
02/09/2024

Enquiries Information

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Available Sessions

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FT
FE
Level 2 Traineeship in Carpentry & Joinery
Y10764DF1A

Downpatrick

02/09/2024
17
FT
FE
Level 2 Traineeship in Carpentry & Joinery
Y10764LF1A

Lisburn

02/09/2024
19
FT
FE
Level 2 Traineeship in Carpentry & Joinery
Y10764NF1A

Newtownards

02/09/2024
16

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Terms & Conditions

Students will be required to comply with SERC's Terms & Conditions of study.

We strive to ensure the description of courses on SERC's website and in publications is accurate. However, for various reasons there may be occasions when the College may need to change arrangements or be unable to deliver classes due to circumstances such as reduced funding. If there are insufficient numbers applying for a course it may not be viable to deliver the class.

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