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Carpentry & Joinery: Level 1 CSKILLS Diploma

The Mayor’s Construction Academy (MCA) Quality Mark identifies and recognises high-quality construction skills training provision in London.Nescot has been accredited with the prestigious MCA Quality Mark for the second year running, in recognition of the quality of our construction provision.

Course information

Course Summary

There will be a combination of practical and theory sessions, which will enable you to gain good practical skills with underpinning job knowledge of Carpentry and Joinery.

Course Code:N2004
Study Type:Full Time
Academic Level:Level 1
Awarded by:Construction Awards Alliance/City&Guilds
Course Length

34 weeks

UCAS Course Code0
Course Detail

There will be a combination of practical and theory sessions which will enable you to gain good practical skills with underpinning job knowledge of Carpentry and Joinery. Carpentry and Joinery is one of the most rewarding trades. A great deal of the work produced involves you using hand tools to work raw timber, creating something with little resemblance to the tree it came from.You will work towards achieving 6 units of competence throughout the year.

Modules:

  • Safe Working Procedures
  • Information, Quantities and Communicating with others
  • Building Methods and Construction Technology
  • Basic Woodworking Joints
  • Maintain and Use Hand Tools
  • Prepare and Use Portable Power Tools

Functional Skills in Numeracy & Literacy are included in the Full Time programme along with both group, one to one tutorials, work experience and enrichment activities. This course is full-time. You will be given details of course materials, stationery and the health and safety equipment you will require when you enrol on the programme.

Course Fees

Fees for 2019/20: £3,095

Please note:

  • Fees are for 2019/20 and relate to home and EU students
  • Students aged 16 to 18, or those aged 16 to 24 who have a valid EHCP, and are studying Further Education courses are not normally charged for course fees
  • For more information about financial support, please click here.


Essential Personal Protective Equipment: Students are required to provide steel toe-capped boots and overalls for practical work - approximately £51.

Entry Requirements

At least two GCSEs at grade 3 or above, including English and Maths, and a satisfactory reference from your school.

Your Next Steps

Upon completion of the programme you will progress to the Level 2 Carpentry and Joinery Intermediate Diploma.

Potential career routes in the Brickwork industry:

  • Building suppliers
  • Cabinet making
  • Finishing carpentry
  • Joinery shop
  • Maintenance carpentry
  • Roofing
  • Site carpentry
  • Start your own business
  • Timber yard worker
  • Work for a small or large construction business
Other Information

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Last updated - 26/06/19