Apprentices work towards a number of qualifications called a “Framework”; this usually includes an NVQ Level 2, a Technical Certificate, at least two Key Skills and Employment Rights & Responsibilities. Some frameworks also have
additional skills tests.
The Apprenticeship Framework for Carpentry has the following qualifications
NVQ Wood Occupations – Site Carpentry – Level 2
- Core 01 Health and Safety
- Core 04 Communication
- Core 05 Construction Tech
- OCC 36 First Fix
- OCC 37 Second Fix
- OCC 38 Structural Carcassing
- OCC 39 Maintenance
- Application of Number Level 1
- Communication Level 1
- Employment Rights & Responsibilities
- Supporting Craft Occupations
You will also gain a minimum of 5 QCF units for NVQ.
- Demonstrate your commitment and skills in an interview.
- Have an 85% attendance on current course or at school
- Behaviour and punctuality must be excellent and a reference from current course tutor or school will be required.
Anyone working a minimum of 16 hours per week in paid employment, working within the Carpentry and Construction industry
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