What opportunities will this course give me?

This will assist you in gaining an Apprenticeship within the industry or provide you with the skills and knowledge to obtain employment opportunities.

What will I be learning?

The course has 3 mandatory units and a further 3 craft skill units.

Level 3 Diploma in Bench Joinery

-Health, Safety & Welfare in construction
-Analysing technical information
-Analysing the construction industry and built environment

-Set up and operate woodworking machinery
-Manufacture joinery products
-Set and mark out joinery products

Students are required to attend College for 1 year.

On completion you should be able to use hand / powered tools and wood machines to produce items such as doors, frames and linings, windows, fitments & units and stairs.

Why is this course for me?

You will be continually assessed and you will progress through the knowledge and practical work at college. There will be practical training and assessment in the workshop. Underpinning knowledge is delivered through classwork, assignments, tutorials and lectures. Students will also take part in portfolio building sessions and end of unit exams.

What do I need to sign up?

You will require a level 2 qualification in a related skill area, eg. joinery, carpentry.

You must complete an initial assessment in Maths.

Is there anything else I need to know?

Students ideally need to be employed in a joinery or similar occupation. However this course would be suitable for learners looking to work within the industry.

Safety shoes/boots, 3m metal tape measure, pen, pencil, A4 folder and lined paper.

Course Code

WWBJV3

Session Venue Starts Days Time Weeks Fees* 24+ Fees*
WOBJ Eastleigh College 12/9/2019 Thu 09:00 – 19:00 35

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