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This apprenticeship is for those interested in furniture upholstery. The Furniture, Furnishings and Interiors industry is of significant importance to the UK economy, particularly in the supply of end products for residential and commercial living and work places. The industry has an annual turnover well in excess of £12 billion. The ability to work to agreed targets in terms of output and quality standards is essential. Workplaces can be wide – ranging from small workshops to large factories. Furniture Manufacturers must be dexterous, have a good work ethic and able to demonstrate their ability to work individually and as part of a team.
What does the course involve?
Most jobs combine a number of these aspects, but whichever job you choose to do, your Apprenticeship will be structured so that the training matches your job. You will work for your employer four days a week and train for one day a week either in-house or at College.
Apprentices can start this apprenticeship at any time of year.
The End Point Assessment will be a multiple choice test, professional discussion, practical assessment and direct observations from an external agency. This will take place within your workplace.
You will be appointed an Assessor who will visit you in the workplace and assess your progress. Some of these visits will provide you with evidence that you can use towards our qualification. One day a week you will work on your college course work gaining the underpinning knowledge required
Functional Skills in Maths, English (exemptions may apply).
|Course Title||Furniture Manufacturer (Modern Upholstery) Apprenticeship Level 2|
|Attendance Requirements||You will work for your employer four days a week and train for one day a week either in-house or at College.|
An apprenticeship has been the best option for me since I benefit from working in the industry as well as gaining a qualification. College days give me time to work on my assignments and explore features in the software I haven’t covered at work. During the rest of the week, I develop client relationships which help build my confidence and improve my ability to express ideas.
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