Carpentry Apprentice Frederick Sims
To observe and assist experienced carpenters within the workshop/on site.
Closing date: 06 Jun 2022
Total hours per week: 40.00
Possible start date
20 Jun 2022
07 Dec 2021
Level 2 (GCSE)
- Will need to be willing to collect materials, tools and clear up at the end of each day.
- Work would involve cutting wood, drilling nailing and sticking timber to masonry.
- Assist experienced tradesman constructing joists, roof trusses, fitting staircases doors and skirting boards etc
Main Purpose of job:
- To observe and assist experienced carpenters within the workshop/on site.
First Fix- Construction of/ contributing to the construction of:
- Timber roof framing
- Timber Staircases (straight & Curved)
- Timber stud partition walls
- Door & window framing
- Floor joisting and flat roof decking
Second Fix- Construction of/ contribute to the construction of:
- Timber flooring
- Hanging of internal and external timber doors
- Bespoke furniture
- Vanity units
- Kitchen sets
- Architraves & Skirtings/ Mouldings
Requirements and prospects
- Good customer service skills
- The ability to listen and follow instructions.
- Good practical skills
- A flexible and adaptable approach to work
- A positive attitude
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills
- A good attention to detail
Level 2 Site Carpentry - Grades A-D (9-3) for Maths and English GCSE
There will be opportunities for progression and a permanent position subject to performance.
About the employer
Operating under the name "Grovesnor Builders," we are a small building company that does household refurbishments.
We do not travel into London our work is mainly local to Hatfield or within a 10 mile radius.
HERTFORD REGIONAL COLLEGE
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Hertford Regional College
HRC Apprenticeship 01992 411572 Apprenticeship@hrc.ac.uk
Level 2 Carpentry and Joinery
As an Apprentice you will be supported in your organisation with a workplace mentor, by progress review visits, assessments and observations.
The employer will allocate a minimum of 20% of your working hours as off the job training and development.
Further develop your Maths and English, working towards a functional skill Level 2.
Developing core knowledge, skills and behaviours throughout the Apprenticeship.
The Apprenticeship is assessed with an End point assessment;
• Knowledge test – Multiple choice questions.
Multiple choice questions.
• Skills test – 6 hour practical
Carpentry and joinery
Level 2 (GCSE)
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