Carpentry and Joinery (Level 2 Traineeship)
City and Guilds
Apprenticeships & Traineeships
Course: City and Guilds Level 2 Traineeship Carpentry and JoineryCampus: SpringtownType: Full TimeStart Date: 29/08/2022Fees:
Course: City and Guilds Level 2 Traineeship Carpentry and JoineryCampus: GreystoneType: Full TimeStart Date: 29/08/2022Fees:
- Site location Springtown Limavady Greystone
- Health, safety and welfare in construction
- Principlies of building construction, information and communication
- Carry out first fix flooring and roofing
- Carry out first fix frames, partitions and stairs
- Carry out second fixing operations
- Carry out maintenance carpentry
- Set up and operate a circular saw
UK RequirementsApplicants will be required to hold a minimum of a Level 1 qualification, defined as 4 GCSEs at grades D-G including Maths (Grade D) and English (Grade E)
ROI Requirements4 OLCs (Grade 05-08 or above) to include English and Math’s at (Grade 06 or above). Maths 05 or above.
Students will be required to attend work experience which will be organised on a weekly basis or in blocks throughout the calendar year.
Uniform - PPE College covers cost.
Further StudyOn successful completion of the Level 2 qualification it is possible to progress onto full time employment on Apprenticeship NI programme with further options for progression including a Higher National Certificate, Higher National Diploma, NEBOSH, or a degree.
Career Prospects• Newly trained Joiners can earn in the range of £14,000 - £17,000• Trained with experienced Joiners can earn in the range of £20,000 - £35,000• Senior/master craft bench/site joiners can earn in the range of £30,000 - £50,000 salaries depend on location, employer, level of responsibility, and the amount of overtime worked. Self-employed bench joiners set their own pay rates.Carpenters and Joiners with the right skills and qualifications can become College Lecturers.
One day you can be fixing things, putting flanges and pipes together and the next day you can be doing something completely different like changing drives.Jack McLaughlin
The support I received at College helped prepare me for work in the Healthcare sector. I'm now a fully qualified, registered nurse.Tonya Webb (Health & Welfare)