Carpenters work on construction sites to build wooden fixtures and fittings such as floorboards, window frames, roof structures and staircases. Carpenters are essential in areas such as restoration and building new housing, and work could take place on a variety of sites, including shops, bars and restaurants, and even film or TV sets. Carpenters are often involved in the whole construction process, which means greater opportunity to progress to contractor or supervisor level.
Level 1 in Carpentry & Joinery
What does this programme involve? Level 1 Site Carpentry is made up of units: • Carry out safe working…
Level 2 Apprenticeship Standard - Carpentry and Joinery
Carpenters and Joiners carry out skilled work, primarily using timber products, to create and install…
Level 2 in Site Carpentry
Level 1 Site Carpentry is made up of units: • Carry out safe working practices • Information, quantities…
Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard - Advanced Carpentry and Joinery
The apprenticeship in Advanced Carpentry and Joinery builds on the competencies developed at Level 2…
Eastleigh careers advisor excels at Hampshire Education Awards
Eastleigh College’s Lead Careers Advisor, Trudy McKenzie, impressed the judges at Hampshire Country Council's annual Education Awards and scooped the 'Futures Award' for her excellence and achievements, and the positive impact she has had on learners' future career progression.
National recognition for careers and enterprise innovation
Eastleigh College has been commended by the Association of Colleges for the careers and progression support it provides to learners by being shortlisted for this year’s Beacon Awards. This recognition highlights the outstanding work of the college’s career and work readiness team, and other staff across the college who are dedicated to ensure learners are fully aware of the opportunities available to them.