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Level 2 Apprenticeship in Interior Systems sponsored by Nevill Long
APPRENTICESHIP IN INTERIOR SYSTEMS
Course Overview

This Apprenticeship is designed to recognise the knowledge, skills and competence demonstrated by the apprentice in the workplace. It provides the opportunity for individuals who specialise in the area of partitioning to demonstrate their competence.

Course Length: 24 months

Course Location: Workplace plus 1 day a week at college

Course Fee: If applicable

Start Date: September 2017

This Apprenticeship would suit job roles such as:

Dry Liner - Working on a construction site or commercial premises, installing dry finishes such as plasterboard and wall board, fixed and joined together ready to receive decorative finishes.

Ceiling Fixer - Working in buildings such as shops, offices and hospitals dissent suspended ceilings to given specifications.

Partitioner - Working in buildings putting in place partitions to divide rooms to given specifications.  Once the partition is fitted it can be finished by adding glass and applying decorative coatings or varnish.

Access floored - Working in buildings installing raised access flooring systems and forming openings for grills and outlets using plastic and/or timber to given specifications.


 

Course Content

This Apprenticeship programme is made up of the following components:

1. Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Interior Systems-Partitioning or Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Interior Systems-Ceiling Fixing (Competence)

Mandatory units include:

  • Conforming to General Health, Safety and Welfare in the Workplace
  • Conforming to Conductive Working Practices in the Workplace
  • Moving, Handling and Storing Resources in the Workplace

2. Level 2 Diploma in Interior Systems (Knowledge)

3. Level 1 Functional Skills English and maths

4. Employment Rights and Responsibilities

5. Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS)

English and Maths
If you are aged under 19 and if you do not hold a GCSE grade C or higher in English and Maths, you will be required to work towards these qualifications.
Entry Requirements

You must be employed in a suitable Interior Systems role and hold the following qualifications:

4 GCSEs at grade D or above including English and maths.

Assessment

Students will be issued with a course assessment and evidence record book.  This book is used to gather evidence of practical ability from the workplace (this evidence is mandatory) in addition, each unit has a written test paper.

The course is continually assessed through written and practical assignments and tests.

What does this course lead to?

Opportunities to progress into occupational work supervision, management or technical support areas.

Financial Information
If you are aged 16-18, tuition and registration fees are free.
If you are aged 19 or over, tuition and registration fees are payable at the start of each year of study; please ask for details.
If you are aged 24 or over, you may be eligible for a Student Loan to assist with your fees; please ask for details.
Staged Payment
A staged payment plan is available to help with course fees.