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Introduction to practical Carpentry Skills

The Practical Carpentry Skills course is an introductory Part-time day programme which offers participants an award at QQI Level 4.


It is intended to equip students with the skills for employment in the woodcraft sector in an apprenticeship capacity. Students will develop skills in understanding Safety in the workplace, Work Practice and Woodcraft skills. The course facilitates entry to other QQI level 5 awards. 

  • Woodcraft                                                4N3185     4 hours
  • Work Practice                                          4N1170     2 hours
  • Workplace Safety                                    4N1128     2 hours
  • Communications                                     4N0689     2 hours
  • Information Technology                           4N1125     Options
  • Entrepreneurial Skills                              4N1128     Options
  • Team Working                                         4N1168     Options           



This course will also enable students to develop life skills which will include effective communication techniques, teamwork and independent learning.

On completion of this programme students will be enabled to progress to employment and or further education and training.



BTEI Co-ordinator   Phone: 01-8371689

APPLY ONLINE:www.plunketcollege.ie



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