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You need to demonstrate that you are working at Entry Level 3/GCSE Grade 1 (or above) in Maths and English. An interview will be required, and initial assessments/transition visits may form part of the offer process.
If you have taken an alternative educational route and wish to discuss entry to this programme, please contact the college to discuss your individual circumstances.
You will be required to purchase a City & Guilds Site Carpentry & Architectural Joinery Level 2 Textbook prior September. Have the appropriate PPE including workshop clothing, safety boots, ear defenders and eye goggles. Tools are not required however you may bring your own as the course progresses. A tape measure and maths drawing set (rule, set squares, compass) is recommended.
Any trips will be an additional cost and discussed as planned.
After Your Course
The Level 2 Technical Certificate in Architectural Joinery will give you the necessary skills and knowledge to progress on to the Level 3 Technical Certificate of Architectural Joinery or a Level 2 Carpentry & Joinery Apprenticeship.
The fee displayed is the course fee. Course fees are per year for full-time & degree-level courses and per course for part-time courses.
There may be other costs associated with this course, e.g. kit, equipment, books, trips etc. Financial support may be available to support you with these. See the Student Money pages for more information.
The current full-time & degree-level fee information is related to the 2023/24 academic year.
Entry Level, Level 1 & Level 2 Courses
You may qualify for financial support to cover the cost of a government-funded qualification if any of the below apply to you:
- Have an annual salary of less than £20,319.
- Receive an eligible means-tested benefit, e.g. JSA, ESA or Universal Credit.
- Are aged 16-18 on 31/08/23 and are not studying at another school/college.
- Are aged 19 or over on 31/08/23 and do not already have a Level 1, 2 or 3 qualification.
- Have a household income under £35,000 and are in financial hardship.
See the Student Money pages for more information.