Apprentice Carpentry/Joinery - North East - Nunthorpe, Southfields, Stobhill - Intermediate (Level 2)

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Annual wage £10,700.00
39.0 hours per week Monday to Friday 39 hours College attendance is week long blocks at Stephenson College, Leicestershire, so you must be prepared to stay away from home. All travel and subsistence costs will be paid.
duration: 18 months
start: 1 June 2020
LE67 1UF
Intermediate (Level 2)
Carpentry and Joinery (apprenticeship standard)
3 positions available
31 May 2020 (application closing date)
There’s never been a more exciting time to join the housebuilding industry and joining Barratt as an apprentice Carpenter/Joiner is your best possible first step into a growing industry. Our award-winning apprenticeship programmes are designed to give you the skills, connections and opportunities to start building a successful career.


What will the apprentice be doing?

You will be working with experienced trades people on site and contributing to our production from day 1, building 5-star quality homes for our customers. You’ll always have a senior mentor from the business who will help you with your learning and offer you career advice from someone who has been on the same journey.

Learning many skills including preparing and fixing building components, from the initial erection of a new building, through to the installation of all necessary fixtures and fittings, as well as a range of repair and maintenance activities. You will learn about Health & Safety on site and work with an experienced mentor.

What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?

On site you will be working with experienced trades people and learning from the best. In college you will learn new skills and spend plenty of time putting them in to practice in a safe environment, ready for when you return to site. This is an intensive course and is focussed on developing your knowledge and practical skills.


What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?

You’re going to have great options once you’re finished. You could progress to the advanced apprenticeship or work for one of our sub-contractors, set yourself up as self-employed or in some areas of the country work for us permanently as a qualified tradesperson. Some apprentices carry on training once they have completed thier advanced  apprenticeship and progress through our Assistant Site Manager Programme or go on to do one of our Sponsored Degree Programmes.


Reality Check

If you’re passionate about becoming a qualified Carpenter then this programme is for you. You’ll want to become an expert in your craft, enjoy working outside, being part of a legacy for your community and like the idea of keeping your career options open. This is a residential training programme and you will stay away from home for block weeks

Skills Required

Communication skills, Attention to detail, Organisation skills, Customer care skills, Problem solving skills, Number skills, Logical, Team working, Non judgemental, Patience, Physical fitness, Communication skills, Attentio

Qualifications Required

GCSE or equivalent English and Maths (Grade (Grade C or 4 or higher)) Desired
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