This course is suitable for anyone with a keen interest in learning how to upgrade or maintain a kitchen.
Our 6 week kitchen fitting course is designed for students with little or no previous experience in the building environment. Students will have access to our broad range of tools and equipment in our large, purpose-built workshops and will become familiar with key techniques and processes involved in fixing, renovating and maintaining kitchens including installing basic units, wall units and ladder units and important workshop cuts for fitting sinks and cookers. Much of the course will be hands on and will involve in a number of practical projects. This course is an excellent way to gain knowledge and confidence to upgrade and/or maintain your own kitchen, saving money and improving your skills at the same time. For those who discover a real passion for construction as a result of doing this course, Richmond upon Thames College has a thriving construction school offering courses from beginner to advanced level.
What is the course about and how might it benefit me?
What qualification or experience do I need to start the course?
There are no formal entry qualifications, just an interest in improving your hand skills and building knowledge. It is intended for those who have no previous experience or those who would like to expand their knowledge. During the course, you will be introduced to a variety of techniques. You should be familiar with some basic health and safety.
How will I be assessed?
The teacher will record your progress and provide informal regular feedback throughout the course. At the end of your study you will be asked to self-assess your own progress and achievement against the expected achievements as outlined above.
Although there is no external assessment, you will need to carry out a number of practical projects to demonstrate competence in the skills taught.
What qualification will I get?
At the end of the course you will receive a Richmond upon Thames College certificate of achievement.
What can the course lead to?
After the course, there is an opportunity to go on to further 6-week courses in: DIY construction, furniture making and wood turning.
How do I join the course?
You can enrol for the course by clicking the Add to Basket button at the top of the page. For more information, visit How to Enrol.
For more information, please contact us via the Adult Enuiry Form.
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