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Architectural Joinery Apprenticeship Standard Level 2

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LOCATION & START DATE
Cornwall College Camborne - as required
Cornwall College Camborne - as required
LEVEL
Level 2 Levels Explained
DURATION
2 Year apprenticeship one day a week at college
LEARNING AREA
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ATTENDANCE
Work-based

Architectural Joinery Apprenticeship Standard Level 2

Joinery Courses The purpose of this course is working with wood-based materials and associated products to create and install building components. This typically involves shaping and cutting materials, installing finished. All work needs to be carried out safely, using the appropriate tools and to the quality specified.

An Architectural Joiner will create building components by setting out, marking out and manufacturing basic architectural products, including doors, windows, straight staircases and associated ironmongery.

In their daily work, an employee interacts with other construction roles such as bricklayers, plasterers and plumbers, supervisors, site management, architects, designers, contractors and customers.

You will be responsible for using machinery and tools under supervision to create structures or components from the designs, plans and specifications of architects and designers that meet the clients expectations. As an architectural joiner, they could include doors, windows and stairs, including ironmongery.

What you will learn

Awareness of health and safety regulations

Safe systems of work

Principles of building and modern methods of construction

Methods of interpreting and extracting relevant information from drawings and specifications.

Timber decay and repair methods:

Basic material estimation techniques, calculating lengths of timber, fixing requirements and a cutting list production methods.

Hand tool use and storage methods and techniques

Principles of good team working.

Setting out and marking out techniques for joinery product manufacture and potential effects of marking out errors.

Timber joints, types and production techniques: Dovetails, mortise and tenon, bridals and halvings.

Production and assembly techniques for standard right angled timber windows.

Finishing techniques for manufactured timber products: Sanding, painting, waxing, polishing, oiling and applying preservative.

Ironmongery installation techniques.

Amall business start up principles and tax.

Assessment

A full-time carpentry and joinery apprentice typically spends 24 months on-programme (this means in training before the gateway). The apprentice must spend at least 12 months on-programme and have to sit an EPA (end point assessment).

This EPA has 3 assessment.

Assessment 1 - multiple-choice test:
Assessment 2 - practical assessment with questions:
Assessment 3 - interview underpinned by a portfolio of evidence

All are marked as Fail, Pass or Distinction

Progression

Architectural Joinery Level 3

Cornwall College Camborne

Cornwall College Camborne

Our Camborne campus has served as a vocational training hub for nearly a century. The iconic Tamar tower and the ‘big top’ that covers our construction and engineering provision, are landmarks known throughout the area. This legacy, combined with an exciting modernisation programme, has made Cornwall College Camborne the home of cutting edge facilities, dynamic learning experiences and fantastic student spaces. Open and modern learning areas, electric vehicle training labs, esports gaming facilities, chill out areas, an award-winning restaurant and plenty more besides, makes this the perfect place to have your #careercollege experience.

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Awareness of health and safety regulations

Safe systems of work

Principles of building and modern methods of construction

Methods of interpreting and extracting relevant information from drawings and specifications.

Timber decay and repair methods:

Basic material estimation techniques, calculating lengths of timber, fixing requirements and a cutting list production methods.

Hand tool use and storage methods and techniques

Principles of good team working.

Setting out and marking out techniques for joinery product manufacture and potential effects of marking out errors.

Timber joints, types and production techniques: Dovetails, mortise and tenon, bridals and halvings.

Production and assembly techniques for standard right angled timber windows.

Finishing techniques for manufactured timber products: Sanding, painting, waxing, polishing, oiling and applying preservative.

Ironmongery installation techniques.

Amall business start up principles and tax.

A full-time carpentry and joinery apprentice typically spends 24 months on-programme (this means in training before the gateway). The apprentice must spend at least 12 months on-programme and have to sit an EPA (end point assessment). This EPA has 3 assessment. Assessment 1 - multiple-choice test: Assessment 2 - practical assessment with questions: Assessment 3 - interview underpinned by a portfolio of evidence All are marked as Fail, Pass or Distinction

Architectural Joinery Level 3

Cornwall College Camborne

Cornwall College Camborne

Our Camborne campus has served as a vocational training hub for nearly a century. The iconic Tamar tower and the ‘big top’ that covers our construction and engineering provision, are landmarks known throughout the area. This legacy, combined with an exciting modernisation programme, has made Cornwall College Camborne the home of cutting edge facilities, dynamic learning experiences and fantastic student spaces. Open and modern learning areas, electric vehicle training labs, esports gaming facilities, chill out areas, an award-winning restaurant and plenty more besides, makes this the perfect place to have your #careercollege experience.

Read more on the exciting developments at St Austell & Camborne


Dates & Locations

Apprenticeship
  • Location - Cornwall College Camborne
  • Start Date - As required
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  • Location - Cornwall College Camborne
  • Start Date - As required
  • Tuition Fees: Tuition Fees: £0.00*
            
    *Please note - Fees apply to adults and HE students only. Only the most common fees scenario is shown. Actual fees may vary depending on your personal situation. Please contact us for further information.

    MORE INFORMATION ON FINANCIAL SUPPORT
    Information for School Leavers
    Information for ages 19+
  • Apply Now
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Fees apply to adults and HE students only. Only the most common fees scenario is shown. Actual fees may vary depending on your personal situation. Please contact us for further information.

Courses listed on this website are indicative of the subject, nature and level of study. The College reserves the right to alter specific qualifications titles, awarding bodies and levels of qualification, which can change in year. Any cost may also vary, based on personal funding eligibility. The Cornwall College Group reserves the right to withdraw any course listed at any time.

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