|The selection of carpentry programmes cover the essential knowledge and skills required to springboard into any career in the construction industry. It builds skills and an understanding of all trades in the construction industry. Students can go on to consider apprenticeships in a variety of trades such as: building, construction, and plumbing, drain laying, roofing, gas fitting, painting and decorating, infrastructure, flooring and joinery.
Qualifications and Certifications
The National Certificate in Building, Construction, and Allied Trades Skills (level 1) has unit standards covering the following:
The National Certificate in Building, Construction, and Allied Trades Skills (level 2) has unit standards covering the following:
Employment and Further Training
These programmes provide thorough grounding enabling progress to further qualifications in Carpentry like:
These programmes allow graduates to gain employment in Businesses like:
Entry Criteria and Costs
All applicants must meet Qualification specific entry criteria and TEC eligibility criteria - please contact your nearest Skills Update branch for details.
Programmes are generally free of cost for applicants who meet TEC eligibility criteria.