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About the book:
Publisher: Hodder Education (27 Sept. 2019)
Size: 133 MB;
Pages: 470 pages
Place of Publication: United Kingdom
The Level 2 Technical Certificates and Level 2 Diplomas are for learners who are interested in developing the specific technical and professional skills that can lead to meaningful employment in the construction industry as a site carpenter or architectural joiner, or to support progression to Level 3 qualifications.
The Level 2 NVQ Diplomas in Wood Occupations are the on-programme qualifications for the Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship and are designed to provide the apprentice with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and core behaviors that are expected of a competent Site Carpenter or Architectural Joiner.
To become a fully recognised site carpenter or architectural joiner, you must complete the following:
- Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship (9078).
- The 7906 Technical Certificates and 6706 Level 2 Diplomas provide the knowledge and practical skills to prepare you for an apprenticeship. The apprenticeship will give you an understanding of suitable on-site skills and further knowledge required to work in the construction industry.
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1 Health, safety and welfare in construction and associated industries
Health, safety and welfare regulations, roles and responsibilities
Site inductions and other on-site training
First aid and first-aid kits
2 Unit 201: Principles of construction
Working in the construction industry
Setting up and securing work areas
3 Unit 202: Structural, carpentry - floors, flat roofs and trussed rafter roofing
Constructing floors and flat roofs Installing a flat roof structure
Erecting truss roofing structures
Constructing trussed rafter roofing
4 Unit 203: Non-structural carpentry prior to plastering
Fixing frames and linings
Constructing stud partitions
Fixing straight flights of stairs
Floor joist coverings
Types of tools and equipment used with non-structural carpentry prior to plastering
5 Unit 204: Non-structural, carpentry following plastering
Hanging doors and fitting ironmongery
Installing kitchen units and fitting worktops
Types of tools and equipment used with non-structural carpentry following plastering
6 Units 205/207: Timber technology and the use of woodworking machinery
Using woodworking machinery
Types of woodworking machinery
7 Unit 206: Planning and preparation for architectural joinery
Preparation for setting and marking out architectural joinery products
Resources for marking and setting out architectural joinery products
8 Units 208/209: Architectural joinery component production, assembly and finishing
Produce architectural joinery components
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