What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship programme is delivered via a mixture of on and off the job training and is a great way to get qualifications whilst also earning a good wage, so that at the end of your programme you won’t be left with a mountain of debt but you will also have invaluable work experience.
The duration of an Apprenticeship is usually from 18 months to 24 months. We work closely with local colleges and training providers to help guide and support you, and at the end of the apprenticeship you will finish with an NVQ Level 2 or Level 3 in Site Carpentry.
What does a Carpentry Apprentice do?
As a Carpentry Apprentice at A&M Carpenters, you would be attending site and working with your Site Supervisor and College Assessor to
gain the necessary skills and experience to successfully pass your Apprenticeship. One day is typically spent in a classroom, whilst the remainder
of the week is spent on a construction site working alongside our team of skilled carpenters and under the instruction of our Site Supervisors.
As an apprentice with A&M Carpenters, you would be responsible for working within a team onsite, across a variety of projects within the South West. Listed below are just some of the tasks that you could be involved in:
- - Installing first fix components (door frames, windowboards, linings)
- - Installing second fix components (doors, skirting/architraves , cladding)
- - Use of hand tools, portable power tools and equipment
Where can I apply?
Please complete the form below.