Bench Joinery Diploma Level 2
Bench joiners are more concerned with producing wooden products such as windows, doors, fitted cupboards etc which are produced in a workshop. There are also specialised carpenters/joiners who work on film sets, stages, boats etc. Bench joiners may build spiral staircases or fitted kitchens. Some carpenters/joiners may go on to specialise in restoration work. This course will further develop the skills learnt on a level 1 carpentry or joinery qualification.
Exam Board: Cskills Awards
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What will I study and learn?A variety of models ranging from a gallows bracket this will teach you laminating, a door, window and staircase as well as comprehensive machine training.
How is the course assessed?
You will be assessed on individual pieces as well as a practical end test. And there are several on-line exams.
What formal entry requirements will I need?
Ideally the minimum requirements of the course is a Level 1 Diploma in Carpentry and Joinery and GCSE English and Maths
at grade 3 or Level 1 Functional Skills. However, if you have a good understanding of carpentry and keen interest in the work, you may not need to fufill the entry requirements. This can be discussed at the interview.
Are there any costs involved?
All students will have to provide appropriate personal protective equipment (overalls and safety boots) at approximately no more than £50. You will also need to buy a calculator and memory stick.
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