Apprenticeship Standard - Level 3 Advanced Carpentry and Joinery (Site Pathway)Apply Now
The main differences between a level 2 site carpenter, and a level 3 advanced site carpenter are that the advanced carpenter has responsibility for managing their own and other people’s work, as well as being required to complete complex and non-standard work. Examples of complex tasks include curved products, irregular joints and bespoke work.The occupation involves carrying out advanced skilled work, primarily using timber products, either on a construction site, or in a workshop, creating and installing building components. An Advanced Site Carpenter will normally work on a building site, or in domestic and commercial premises, preparing and installing complex and often bespoke building components e.g. high quality doors, shaped linings, staircases with turns, complex wall and floor units, erecting bespoke structural carpentry (inclined roofs and joists) and erecting complex roof structures (e.g. inclined roofs with hips, valleys and dormers).
Level 3 Advanced Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship
- City and Guilds Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Wood Occupations – Site Carpentry
Individual employers will identify any relevant entry requirements in terms of previous qualifications.
Initial assessment and diagnostic testing on English and maths will take place prior to commencement of the apprenticeship (Unless already achieved A-C, 4-9 GCSE or equivalent English & maths).
Apprentices without Level 2 English and Maths will need to achieve this prior to taking the end-point assessment.
THE ADVANCED CARPENTRY AND JOINERY APPRENTICESHIP PROVIDES THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN AND DEVELOP A RANGE OF KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS INCLUDING:
Understand how to develop and maintain excellent working relationships with others
Understand how to access data needed to plan and execute work tasks accurately, including an understanding of Building Information Modelling (BIM.) and its impact on construction projects
Understand their broader responsibilities under current legislation and guidance in undertaking construction workInstall accessible service encasements, bespoke wall/ floor units and fitments, panelling and stair components (e.g. balustrades, handrails and spindles with turns)
Repair and or replace frames, mouldings, floor or flat roof joist coverings, door and window ironmongery, window components, structural joists and rafters, window components, guttering and downpipes
Erect inclined roofs with gables, roof verges and eaves, including finishings, joists and roof coverings
Effective communication: oral, written, listening, body language, presentation – especially in working with others.
Logical thinking: use clear and valid reasoning when making decisions and in achieving work goals with others.
The achievement of this standard will meet the requirement of the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) ‘Advanced Skilled Worker’ standard, which is widely recognised as a ‘licence to operate’ in a skilled construction trade.