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139 Carrington Road ,
Architecture and Building
Carpentry and Joinery
Not supplied by Institute
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This qualification recognises the skills and knowledge required to work as a carpenter in the construction industry. People who gain the qualification will have a broad enough knowledge and skill base to work as a competent tradesperson whether they specialise in residential, industrial, commercial or multi-storey construction.
The qualification consists of compulsory carpentry theory, carpentry practical, and first aid standards, and elective standards from the domains of Carpentry, Carpentry Theory, Concrete Construction and Specialist Interiors. This allows for some flexibility in obtaining the knowledge and practical skills required to be a competent carpenter depending on the type of construction work available while completing the qualification. No matter which of the standards are selected from the elective sections, the National Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4) is designed to reflect the skills and knowledge people will have to demonstrate to hold a Carpentry Licence.
This qualification is a prerequisite to the National Certificate in Construction (Leading Hand) (Level 4) [Ref: 1130] and the National Certificate in Construction (Supervisor) (Level 5) [Ref: 1131].
After successful completion of this qualification, students will have the skills and knowledge to be able to: * work effectively as a carpenter on a construction site; * apply working knowledge of legislation and regulations relevant to the construction industry; * understand the construction process, and consent and planning requirements for construction projects including site services, and health and safety management; * demonstrate safe work practices, including workplace first aid, and safely use equipment and tools on construction sites; * read and interpret plans, working drawings and specifications; * perform a broad range of calculations and measurements used in construction including working out and costing material quantities; * apply technical knowledge of materials and methods used in construction; * demonstrate a broad range of practical skills in various aspects of construction to a commercially competitive level; * utilise interpersonal communication and time management skills to work effectively within the construction industry; and * undertake further study for qualifications relating to leading hand, supervisor or construction management roles and/or related trades within the construction industry.
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Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Carpentry for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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