Architectural Joinery Apprenticeship Level 2
Sim Balk Lane, York, YO23 2BB
This occupation involves carrying out skilled work, primarily using timber products, in a workshop, creating and installing building components.
You will be able to:
This apprenticeship is delivered through a combination of work-based learning and College based work on a block release basis initially, and then day release in year two of the apprenticeship. The Diploma is assessed using both practical and written tests and must be passed prior to End Point Assessment (EPA). Continual assessment will take place throughout the duration of the apprenticeship. The Functional Skills element is delivered on block release and is assessed through on-line tests
The knowledge assessment to consist of a short written test lasting 45 minutes, delivered in a controlled invigilated environment. The test will consist of 35 questions designed to assess the apprentice’s understanding as follows: 10 questions will test the core elements of the standard (e.g. health and safety, manual handling), 20 questions will test the specific elements of the chosen pathway (e.g. principles of site carpentry or architectural joinery) and 5 questions will test the behavioural elements of the apprenticeship (e.g. effective communication, team working, logical thinking etc.) The practical assessment will be a skills test delivered in a controlled environment and will be scored out of 100 marks and will last a minimum of six hours.
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