If you are practically minded and good with your hands, then you could discover a rewarding future career thanks to these learning opportunities.
The ability to perform skilled work using wood is a highly-recognised and sought-after skill that will serve you well both at home and at work.
Speaking of work, with the government pledging to help build more homes across the UK in the coming years, there should be high demand for people with carpentry and joinery skills.
Importantly, we believe in learning by doing, which means you will have many opportunities to practise and perfect your hands-on abilities.
Why choose Brock for Carpentry (Site) and Bench Joinery Level 1 & 2 Diplomas?
At Brock we are fortunate to have our own dedicated Skills Centre at Marchwood, which contains everything you need to learn your trade well.
You will learn under the supervision of carpentry and joinery experts whose experience in working and teaching makes them ideal mentors.
Indeed, our staff are passionate about both the subject area and your learner progression. As a result, they will go out of their way to encourage and support your development.
Teaching & learning
Our teachers use traditional teaching methods because they believe this is the best way to improve your knowledge and build your skills-set.
Written theory is kept to a minimum, so most of your learning will be through practising what you have been taught in demonstrations.
In fact, most theoretical learning will be done in the practical setting of the workshop.
- Learn new skills and feed your passion for construction methods, tools and equipment.
- Analyse various tasks and discover your potential to solve practical problems.
- Understand construction industry processes and which parts of those processes best suit you.
- Develop your personal skills and a greater sense of self-esteem, giving you the confidence to launch a successful career.
- Discover wood-working techniques, materials and methods used in a modern industry.
- Gain important insights into the world of construction and the opportunities being a skilled worker in this sector can bring.
Minimum entry requirements
A keen interest in the industry.
Information & support
There are two levels of course for which you can apply. Here’s a breakdown of what you will learn in each:
This carpentry and joinery programme focusses on helping you develop essential hand-eye coordination using a variety of bench tools. You will also complete functional skills learning as required.
At Level 2 you will select which career route you wish to follow - carpentry or joinery. You will also learn more about the construction industry, your options, and complete functional skills learning as required.
There is a fee of £135 that pays towards uniform costs. You will also need to supply your own boots and writing equipment.
What can I do with this qualification?
These qualifications could lead to an apprenticeship; however, on some occasions students have gone straight into work. After some experience in the trade, site management opportunities may arise if you are willing to rise to the challenge.
Brock has been absolutely brilliant in preparing me for my future, I feel happy and confident. My tutors are all so supportive and there is a really friendly atmosphere.
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