Led by: Mr Lyell
What will I be studying?
This qualification is designed for students who are interested in how things are
constructed. You will use a range of hand tools and materials. You can select from a range of areas in construction for example: plumbing, joinery, electrics, painting and decorating.
There are three main parts:
1 Safety and security in construction.
2 Using practical construction techniques.
3 Understanding how to plan a construction project.
25% One two-hour timed assessment on how to plan a construction project.
50% Three practical assignments to demonstrate practical construction skills.
25% One exam to show your understanding of how to work safely and securely in construction.
What can I do with this subject when I leave school?
Assistant project manager, building inspector, carpenter, civil engineer, construction engineer, crane operator, electrician, equipment operator, joiner, painter, planner, plumber, project manager, roofer, surveyor, welder.
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