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Qualification name Diploma in Bench Joinery
Qualification level 2
Awarding organisation City & Guilds of London Institute
Course type Classroom based
Course hours Full-time
Course start date 13th September 2022
Cost description Please refer to our website
Attendance pattern Daytime

Discover the learning experience and opportunities you can expect from this course.

Our bench joinery course will give you industry focussed, practical training where you will learn how to manufacturer stairs, doors and frames. Bench joinery is predominantly a more workshop-based trade, where you make and prepare materials for installation on a construction site. You will learn how to interpret drawings, diagrams and specifications for you to carefully set out and mark out onto timber. You will be constructing items of architectural joinery, including: doors, door and window frames, stair, linings and fitments in units. To develop your experience with the tools, you will learn about timber products and be able to cut timber and manufactured boards. A key part of the course is to learn how to set up and operate a circular saw. You will be trained on how to use this safely, maintain and change blades. Facilities Five carpentry and joinery workshops A well-equipped wood machine shop The structure of our programmes follows clear educational aims that are expected from the awarding bodies. These are all outlined in the programme specifications which include further details such as the learning outcomes. You can find out more by visiting the City & Guilds website - https://www.cityandguilds.com/qualifications-and-apprenticeships/construction/construction/6706-carpentry-and-joinery#tab=documents Please note that whilst we are planning to run the required modules in the academic year 2021/22, there may be changes to the curriculum in response to COVID-19 or updates from the awarding bodies.

Find out what qualifications and skills you will need for this course.

The following sets out some of the most common entry requirements. However, each application is reviewed on its individual strengths and merits. Subjects – You are likely to have previously studied a carpentry and joinery course and have an interest in bench joinery. GCSEs - If you are joining this course with limited or no prior experience of carpentry and joinery, you will need to have GCSE (or equivalent) Mathematics and English with at least grade 4 (or grade C).Admissions enquiries I

Find out more about exams, assignments and assessments.

You will complete 2 practical projects which will focus on the manufacturing of a door and a flight of stairs. You will complete 6 theoretical assessments that are tested through multiple choice and online tests.

There are several options for you after successfully completing your Level 2 Diploma. Apprenticeship - If you have a contract of employment you could become an apprentice. At Chichester College, we offer: Level 2 Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship - This includes a pathway for an Architectural Joiner and would allow you to attain an NVQ portfolio of your site-based work. T Level Transition - You may want to go on and study one of the new T Level qualifications. If you don't meet our entr

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Name Chichester College
Address Westgate Fields
Chichester
West Sussex
PO19 1SB
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Email info@chichester.ac.uk
Phone 01243 786 321
Website http://www.chichester.ac.uk
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