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Course Details

This framework is designed to provide your organisation with work based training for young people and adults to undertake key technical and practical roles in the furniture, furnishings and fitted interiors industry. It is suitable for people who are employed as a furniture maker, wood machinist, furniture installers, cabinet makers or upholsterer.

Entry Requirements

To be an apprentice you must be employed in an industry to cover the requirements of the framework. An initial discussion will be undertaken with the Course Leader to ensure the appropriateness of the course for each individual. Level 2 in Furniture Making.

Career options

Working within the industry or starting your won business.

Furniture Making Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship

Five highlights

  • 1 Chichester College is rated as OUTSTANDING by OFSTED (April 2014).
  • 2 You will study in a brand new, purpose built construction facility.
  • 3 Dedicated and experienced training and support staff.
  • 4 A Level 3 industry recognised qualification.
  • 5 Ease of access for transport and parking.

Key Points

  • Brinsbury Campus
  • Flexible start date
  • Furniture Making Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship


Your course will cost

We don't currently have information on the fees for your course. Please contact us for more information.
Are you under 19 on the 31st August this year?
Are you in receipt of JSA or ESA Work Related Activity Group, or are you in receipt of a State Benefit and currently unemployed and seeking employment?
Are you getting a SFE loan for this course?
Course code Location Course length Start date
CON286WMMA Brinsbury Campus Flexible Flexible start date

What you need to know

What will I study?

The course is delivered in college and the workplace and comprises: • NVQ in Furniture Making level 3 - 5782 • C&G Diploma in Furniture Making level 3 - 5780 • Functional Skills Mathematics Level 2 • Functional Skills English Level 2 • Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS) • Employment Rights and Responsibilities (ERR)

How will I be taught?

The Apprentice will attend college for 2 days per week. The course provides the Apprentice with the underpinning theory knowledge that they will require to enable them to put into practise what they have learnt in the workplace. A dedicated assessor will be assigned to each apprentice, the assessor will visit on site to observe the apprentice complete tasks or performances required by the qualification to prove competence.

How will I be assessed?

NVQ assessment to help with building a Portfolio of work based evidence • The technical Certificate is assessed through completion of written, practical and on-line multiple choice tests • Functional Skills are assessed through on-line tests

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