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About the Site Carpentry and Architectural Joinery book:
Place of Publication: United Kingdom;
Written by Stephen Jones and Stephen Redfern;
Pages: 661 pages;
Size: 134 MB:
Publisher: Hodder Education (27 Sept. 2019);
The Level 3 Advanced Technical Diplomas and Level 3 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.
The Level 3 NVQ Diplomas in Wood Occupations are the on-programme qualifications for the Advanced
Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship (6571-08 or 6571-28) and are designed to provide the apprentice with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and core behaviors that are expected of an advanced site carpenter or architectural joiner.
An advanced carpenter or joiner can undertake complex tasks that require high levels of practical skills and knowledge. They also need to be able to manage their own work and lead small teams.
The 7906 Advanced Technical Diplomas and 6706 Level 3 Diplomas provide the knowledge and practical skills to
prepare you for an apprenticeship. The apprenticeship will give you an understanding of suitable advanced on-site skills and further knowledge required to work in the construction industry.
- About your qualification
- About the authors
- Picture credits
- How to use this book
- 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
- Construction information
- Setting up and securing work areas
- Building substructures
- Building superstructures
- 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
- Fixing mouldings
- Encasing services
- 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
- Timber technology
- 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
- Test your knowledge answers
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