About the course
This course links basic craft training and first line supervision giving the opportunity to progress to a supervisory role. There is an emphasis on maintaining quality standards and the overseeing of operations. The course will develop knowledge and skills further, including erecting complex structural components such as trussed rafter roofs and installing first and second fixings.
Our advanced apprenticeships give learners industry recognised qualifications and the practical skills they need to become successful employees in the trade. Throughout the year long apprenticeship, your trainee will develop job specific skills whilst working with you and also obtain training at the college. You will need to employ them and they must receive the national minimum wage of £3.30 per hour.
Prospective applicants should:
- Completed the level 2 apprenticeship in Site Carpentry
- Have a strong commitment to working with you and our college assessor.
- A good record of attendance at school or college
- Demonstrate a high degree of enthusiasm and a guarantee to succeed and prepare effectively for employment