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Full Time ICA Site Carpentry and Bench Joinery

Shrewsbury College of Arts & Technology

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Full Time ICA Site Carpentry and Bench Joinery Course Code : FLR2CAJ (091001) Prospectus Title : ICA Site Carpentry and Bench Joinery Mode of Study :FULL-TIME At the start of the course you will be asked to pay a returnable ?25 deposit to cover the loan of equipment and library books. Students will be expected to provide their own overalls, safety boots and equipment for practical lessons. Who is it For? This programme is for those wishing to progress from a Foundation Construction Award programme. This programme, Carpentry and Joinery, will prepare you for either an NVQ 2 in site carpentry or bench joinery or progression to apprenticeship. What Does the Course Involve? A one-year programme integrates the Carpentry and Joinery practical skills necessary for success in the construction industry. The learning is centred on what is required to undertake carpentry or joinery tasks in industry and theoretical and practical competencies will have to be achieved. The theoretical and key skill elements are specially designed to be integrated into the programme to prepare you for employment in the construction industry. The four mandatory core units are: ICA Unit 100: Store materials and equipment ICA Unit 101: Erect and dismantle basic working platforms ICA Unit 102: Work efficiently ICA Unit 110: Use portable power tools The Site Vocational units are: ICA Unit 107: First fixing before plasterwork ICA Unit 108: Second fixing after plasterwork ICA Unit 109: Carcassing for floors and roofs The Bench Vocational units are: ICA Unit 136: Produce setting out details ICA Unit 137: Mark out joinery ICA Unit 138: Produce joinery products How is the Course Assessed? Your work will be continually assessed throughout the programme. The assessment is phase test/assignment and end test based with an externally set exam in both practical and theory. There is an additional Health and Safety test required to complete the ICA. How Much Does it Cost? At the start of the course you will be asked to pay a returnable ?25 deposit to cover the loan of equipment and library books. Students will be expected to provide their own overalls, safety boots and equipment for practical lessons. Other Details Full fee waiver. Formal entry requirements. Entry Requirement You will need to have successfully achieved an FCA or to have suitable experience in the industry. You will need to gain a pass at Level 1 Initial Assessment in Communications and Application of Number and to pass the CITB aptitude test as well as a successful interview. The right personality and attitude are necessary which will include industry, reliability and initiative. A good school Record of Achievement makes a good reference.

Full Time ICA Site Carpentry and Bench Joinery Course Code : FLR2CAJ (091001) Prospectus Title : ICA Site Carpentry and Bench Joinery Mode of Study :FULL-TIME At the start of the course you will be asked to pay a returnable ?25 deposit to cover the loan of equipment and library books. Students will be expected to provide their own overalls, safety boots and equipment for practical lessons. ...

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