Level 2 Building and Construction
his programme deal with the building and cabinet making industry. This course emphasizes practical work rather than theory. Students construct projects and develop competency with some workshop machinery, power tools and hand tools. Quality finish and attention to detail is encouraged, and processes and techniques taught. Practical skills such as drawing, design, plan reading, measuring and finishing are taught. Assessment is by use of BCATS (trade) unit standards. Students may be required to complete a community project. E.g. building a deck, fence or concreting job for a client. Students will also design and make a range of outdoor furniture.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Course fee: Approximately $100
A 20 page pocket folder with clear pages.
Recommended Prior Learning
16 credits in Level 1 BCO or interview with TIC
Total Credits Available: 33 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 33 credits.
Building and Construction industry, University and Polytechnic courses in Technology. Hammer hand, cabinet maker, furniture maker, boat builder, scaffolder, timber machinist, roofing, plumbing, electrician, machine mill operator, grader, filleting, production manager, dispatch or logistics, bricklayers, carpet layers, architects, structural engineers, drain layers,