Carpentry and Joinery (Modern Apprenticeship) SCQF Level 6
What is special about this course?
We offer a Modern Apprenticeships in Carpentry and Joinery for students already in employment at a craft, technical or management Level.
The modern apprenticeship is a three to four year programme delivered in partnership with the student, employer and training provider and comprises of the following components:
- SVQ 3
- Core Skills
This programme is for those already working in the construction industry.
The PDA component of the qualification is delivered in college on block release while the SVQ 3 is delivered in the workplace supported by visits from College assessors. Content includes:
• Install second fixing components
• Timber frames (internal and external)
• Ground and upper floor construction
• Woodworking and power tools
• Pitched roof construction
• Domestic fitments
How will I study my course?
- Block release
- Block release
How long will my course last?4 Years
Where can I study my course?
- Inverness Campus
For the latest information on fees please see our fees policy.
What can I do on completion of my course?
- Further study at SCQF level 7
- Employment within the construction industry.
Is there more information available online?
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Application and further course information can be found here: Modern Apprenticeship: Carpentry and Joinery SCQF 6 - UHI Inverness
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