Course overviewSite Carpentry Level 2 City of Bristol College
This full-time programme of study will develop your knowledge and skills. If you are looking for a career as a carpenter in the construction industry, then this course will provide you with the industry-standard skills that employers need.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for 16 -18-year-olds who are interested in Site Carpentry and Joinery.
What you'll learn
This qualification consists of six study units to help you to develop technical skills beyond basic woodworking: understanding information, quantities and communicating with others, understanding construction technology, carry out first fixing operations, carry out second fixing operations, carry out structural carcassing operations and carry out maintenance to non-structural carcassing work.
You may also be required to study Maths and English as part of your course.
Course entry requirements
To join this course you need:
- Successful completion of Level 1 Carpentry and Joinery.
- GCSE Grade 3 in Maths and English (or Functional Skills Level 1) and a Grade 3 in a technical subject e.g. Carpentry, Art, Resistant Materials.
- An excellent record of attendance and commitment at school/College.
- Be able to demonstrate a high degree of enthusiasm and a commitment to succeed and prepare effectively for employment.
How is the course delivered and assessed?
This is a full-time course. Alongside your College tutorials, you will be required to take part in work experience and self-directed study.
You will be assessed in a number of different ways and receive regular feedback in reviews to guide your progress. Some of the ways in which your success will be measured are attendance, exams, online assessments, practical assessments and portfolio work.
Future career and study opportunities
On successful completion of the course you may be able to progress to a Level 3 Diploma in Site Carpentry. You could also apply for an apprenticeship in the carpentry industry.
As a City of Bristol College student, you may incur additional costs to attend your course. For example, it is likely you may need to pay for travel and stationary.
You will need your own protective footwear for practical sessions. You will also need to buy a workwear uniform. You may need a high visibility vest, protective goggles and gloves for some tasks. We offer some equipment which is free for you to use in College.
If you are on a limited income, you may be able to receive help from our Learner Support Funding Bursary.
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Fees and applications
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|Course Code||Dates||Duration||Days||Hours per week||Start Time||Location||Fee|
|LBF1629A01-1||02/09/2021 - 30/06/2022||1 years||Mon, Weds & Fri||11.16||09:15||Ashley Down Centre||Apply|
|LBF1629A01-1||01/09/2022 - 29/06/2023||1 years||Date/Day(s) Being Finalised||11.16||09:15||Ashley Down Centre||Apply|
|LMF1629A01-1||02/09/2021 - 01/07/2022||1 years||Groups (mixed days)||10.63||09:15||SBSA and Construction Centre||Apply|
|LMF1629A01-1||01/09/2022 - 30/06/2023||1 years||Date/Day(s) Being Finalised||10.63||09:15||SBSA and Construction Centre||Apply|