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The two-year Heritage Carpentry and Joinery Ontario College Diploma program provides you with skills and knowledge related to the preservation, renovation and restoration of historical architecture.
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Search the site:. I'm looking for:. Near me:. UCAS tariff. Level 3 Diploma in Site Carpentry. New Tariff points. Level 3 Diploma in Bench Joinery. We have produced sample tests to enable tutors and learners to experience the look and feel of e-volve prior to sitting the test, and also experience the type and style of question that will be asked in the test. Level 1 introduces the learner to carpentry and joinery skills. It covers the following skills: Producing basic woodworking joints, and safely using various hand and power tools.
At this level, you can begin to specialise in either site carpentry, bench joinery or shopfitting joinery. One or more pathways within this qualification has been approved by the DfE to appear in the Performance Tables. To review the qualifications approved please click here. SmartScreen is our online portal for tutor, assessors and learners that provides unit-specific support materials and tutor forums to complement the delivery and learning experience.
Visit Smartscreen. By clicking on the section headings below, you can access a variety of documents such as the qualification handbooks and assessment materials, Statements of Purpose, and recognition letters from industry and employers. Some documents may be password protected. They are also key to triggering conditions of funding. Find out more. Where can you take this course? Find a centre. Find a course or qualification I'm looking for: Search. Find a centre Near me:.
Offering: Search. Centres Learners Employers. Qualifications explained. Carpentry and Joinery Information Documents. Last Updated: 15 Jun This qualification is aimed at learners aged 16 and above who work or want to work in the construction industry and specialise in working with wood. There are four trade areas available: site carpentry, bench joinery, shopfitting joinery, and wood machining. Our qualifications are aimed at people wishing to learn some skills in carpentry and joinery, to progress on to becoming skilled in their chosen trade, or to progress through an apprenticeship and work towards becoming a master craftsman.
You can access the sample tests by clicking on the links below. Level 1. Studying these courses can open up opportunities to work within the construction sector. Level 2. Our Extended Diplomas are intended for use as part of apprenticeships for learners just starting out in construction trades, typically aged Centres are advised to use both the Level 1 and Level 2 handbooks, which contain all the units for the extended diplomas.
Level 3. It covers the following skills at Level 3: Set up and use fixed and transportable machinery Manufacture internal shopfitting joinery products Manufacture external shopfitting joinery products.
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They will identify, explore, and apply various methods of wood joinery while developing technical skills with various hand and power tools common to the carpentry.