Site Carpentry

If you work or want to work as a site carpenter in the construction industry then these courses are an ideal way of gaining experience while working towards industry recognised qualifications.

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Level 2 Diploma:

During the course you will develop and practice the skills required for employment as a site carpenter through studying the principles of construction, structural carpentry, non-structural carpentry prior to plastering, non-structural carpentry following plastering, timber technology, the use of a circular saw and many other tasks associated with the role of site carpenter. You will use equipment associated with the trade to enable you to install joinery products in a site carpentry environment.

Level 3 Diploma:

You will develop and practice the skills required for employment and career progression as a site carpenter through the study of units such as: principles of organising, planning and pricing of construction work; constructing cut roofing; fitting doors, windows and their finishings; fixing stairs with turns; principles of maintenance and repair; set up and use fixed and transportable machinery. You will also learn to use the hand tools, power tools, woodworking machinery and other equipment associated with the trade to enable you to install quality joinery products. The College has extremely realistic simulated work environments where you will learn and develop your practical skills, as well as the most up-to-date professional tools and equipment.

Where will it take me?

Successful completion of this course could lead to full-time employment or further study.

Level 2 Diploma Site Carpentry
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Level 3 Diploma Site Carpentry
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