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Carpentry and Joinery Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship
a level 2 apprenticeship course in carpentry and joinery at Richmond upon Thames College in South West London
Carpentry and Joinery Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship
level 3 apprenticeship course in carpentry and joinery at Richmond upon Thames College in South West London
Carpentry (Site) Diploma Level 3
Study your level 3 carpentry diploma at Richmond upon Thames College in Twickenham, south west London
Carpentry and Joinery - Bench Level 2
Carpentry and Joinery Level 1
Carpenters are responsible for large areas of the construction and craft industry. Site carpenters are concerned with fixing and installing wooden site structures.
Carpentry and Joinery - Bench Level 3
Carpenters are responsible for large areas of the construction and craft industry. Site carpenters are concerned with fixing and installing wooden site structures. They lay joists and hang doors etc. Bench joiners are more concerned with producing wooden products such as windows, doors, fitted cupboards etc which are produced in a workshop.
Carpentry and Joinery Entry Award Level 3
Carpenters are responsible for large areas of the construction and craft industry. Site carpenters are concerned with fixing and installing wooden site structures.
Carpentry (Site) Diploma NVQ Level 2 (EWPA)
EWPA offers experienced learners a way of achieving a qualification. It is available to very experienced workers who do not require any further training. This assessment method combines the use of witness testimonies, employer endorsement, practical assessment, professional discussion and questions and answers. It normally involves the learner going to an off-site location to have their practical skills and occupational knowledge assessed. All the practical skills needed to achieve a Level 2 competence qualification are usually included in the practical assessment. The practical assessment is observed by a registered assessor. A professional discussion and job knowledge question session are used by the assessor to assess the learner’s occupational knowledge and understanding. As the professional discussion is critical to the success of this assessment methodology, we provide one day mandatory briefings for assessors which must be attended within the first six months of the centre’s approval.
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Construction Crafts
Richmond upon Thames College has a strong track record of preparing students for success in the construction industry. Whether you want to be a bricklayer, vital in the beginning stages of construction, a carpenter, with the important job of fixing and installing wooden structures, or a plumber, essential in ensuring that buildings have the most important equiment in function, there is a course designed specifically for you. Richmond upon Thames College is one of the best colleges in London, offering a vibrant student life, great links to the industry, dedicated teaching, a vast range of workshops, studios and equipment and easy transport links to London and Surrey. Find out more about why you should choose to study at Richmond upon Thames College.
Effective teaching mimics on-the-job training
Vocational courses are great for transitioning straight after college into a defined career. Construction crafts is one of those subjects where the majority of students enter employment, usually through Apprenticeships, directly after qualifying at college. Being thrust into the world of work is not easy for any 18 year old. This is why it is so important for practical and theoretical study in vocational courses to match closely the experience of being on the job. RuTC Site Carpentry teacher Damien McCabe is dedicated to doing this and has seen excellent results. RuTC Education Blog 2016, celebrating excellence at the number one, top college in Richmond and London.
#ThisIsCollege: Step Inside a Construction Crafts Course
A Richmond upon Thames College Construction Crafts student plans, measures and cuts a wooden arch for the top of a small door as part of his course. We've made it short and sweet to give aspiring Carpentry students a taste of the exciting practical work they'll be doing in our workshops. Find out more about our Construction courses and apply to a top academic and vocational college in London.
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Construction Entry Award Multi Skills (Multicraft Construction Activities)
Construction
A Richmond upon Thames College Construction Crafts student plans, measures and cuts a wooden arch for the top of a small door as part of his course. We've made it short and sweet to give aspiring Carpentry students a taste of the exciting practical work they'll be doing in our workshops. Find out more about our Construction courses and apply to one of the top academic and vocational colleges in London.
Construction Crafts
A Richmond upon Thames College Construction Crafts student plans, measures and cuts a wooden arch for the top of a small door as part of his course. We've made it short and sweet to give aspiring Carpentry students a taste of the exciting practical work they'll be doing in our workshops. Find out more about our Construction courses and apply to a top academic and vocational college in London.
Apprenticeship Grant for Employers (AGE)
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Beginner
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Entry Level
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Level 1
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