Joinery

Trinity Solutions

This programme offers an individualised curriculum designed to prepare you for the world of work. You will gain real experience and knowledge of working in the Construction industry, you will learn from highly skilled staff in a specialist training environment; receiving training up to a level two standard, as well as improving skills such as: communication, working as part of a team, health and safety in the workplace and customer care.

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Course details

There are some excellent progression opportunities for Construction workers; such as:

  • Plasterer
  • Bricklayer
  • Joiner
  • Tiler
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Estimator
  • Self Employed
  • Construction Plant Operators
  • Site Manager

Basic Construction Diploma

  • Brickwork skills
  • Site Carpentry skills
  • Plastering skills
  • Bench Joinery skills
  • Cabinet Making skills
  • Flooring skills
  • Tiling skills
  • Paint finishing skills
  • Papering skills

Level 1 & 2 Diploma—Brickwork

  • Setting out brickwork
  • Brick and block laying
  • Construction Process
  • Solid wall construction
  • Thin joint block work
  • Cavity wall construction
  • Masonry cladding
  • Health & Safety

Level 1 Diploma—Joinery

  • Maintaining and using hand tools
  • Maintaining and using power tools
  • Basic timber joints
  • Health & Safety
  • Principles of building construction
  • Information and communication

The Learn to Work Programme will also include:

Personal Social Development

Employability Skills

Functional skills, Maths, English, ICT

GCSE English and Maths (on individual assessed need)

Entry Requirements:

No formal entry requirements. Following an informal interview, your individual needs will be looked at to ensure you are enrolled on the most suitable programme.

Progression Routes:

Trinity solutions have proven progressions routes into apprenticeships through our Pathway Programmes. We are currently looking for students to fill positions for Pathways in:

Highway maintenance: Newcastle City Council Highways

All trades: Newcastle City Council Building & Commercial Enterprise Division

Brickwork and Plastering: Keep Moat/ Your Homes

This will involve work placement in a real construction environment which could lead to employment in a career in construction. During these Pathway Programmes, training will be given in Health and Safety in order to gain a CSCS card.

All of our qualifications are nationally recognised.

The best thing about construction, in my opinion, is how accomplished you feel at the end of the day. It is challenging, but rewarding.
Nathan
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Alternatively call us on:

on 0191 298 6952