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Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Crafts

Forth Valley College

Venues

Stirling Campus, Falkirk Campus

Content

This course helps students develop the hand skills and knowledge required for progressing to formal craft training. It combines practical training, job knowledge and associated studies. It promotes the experience of working with others in a practical construction environment and gives opportunities for employment at a basic skill level in the construction industry..

Course content includes:
Carpentry & Joinery (Stirling Campus)
Health and Safety in a construction Environment; Appreciation of access platforms and equipment;
Information and Communication Technology; Carpentry and Joinery: An introduction; Develop Bench Joinery Skills; Manufacture Joinery Components; Develop Site Joinery Skills; Core Skills; Meta-Skills;
CSCS Test

Carpentry and Joinery/Wood Machining Cohort – (Falkirk Campus)
Health and Safety in a construction Environment; Appreciation of access platforms and equipment;
Information and Communication Technology; Furniture: Machine Woodworking; Furniture: Timber Frame; Carpentry and Joinery: An Introduction; Develop Bench Joinery Skills; Core Skills
Meta Skills; CSCS Test

Bricklaying and Painting and Decorating – (Falkirk Campus); Health and Safety in a construction Environment; Appreciation of access platforms and equipment; Information and Communication Technology; Preparing and Painting Surfaces; Prepare and Hang Lining Paper; One Brick Wall: An Introduction; Half Brick Wall: An Introduction; Core Skills; Meta- Skills; CSCS Test

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements. Interview.

Start Date

August

Qualification

Other

Study Method

Full time

Course Length

19 weeks

Department

Construction

SCQF Level

5