It’s fair to say that many of us have had reason to look at our lives afresh over the past year, with all of the disruption and hardship it has brought. For you, that might have even meant considering a new professional direction.
Maybe you’ve decided that you want to embark on a career that is highly durable, continuing to see high demand even in times of economic uncertainty? Or perhaps you’ve been thinking to yourself, “well, I’ve always wanted to learn a trade – so I might as well take the plunge now”?
Whatever your own specific situation and motivations may be, if you have been thinking of training to be a carpenter or joiner in 2021, you can’t do better than doing it with one of the leading accredited centres for construction training – YTA!
In fact, as a beginner, you only need to complete a five-day course with us in order to earn your first unit of accreditation as a carpenter or joiner. So, what exactly does our consistently-in-demand five-day Cskills Level 1 Unit Carpentry Course offer you?
A great first step to an NVQ Level 2 carpentry qualification
It is important to acknowledge that this particular five-day course on its own is a unit accreditation course that does not lead to the full NOCN Cskills Level 1 Certificate in Carpentry and Joinery; for that, you’ll need to take on the 10-day course that we also offer here at YTA.
Nonetheless, even if you do opt for ‘just’ the five-day course, you will cover a lot of ground, with the opportunity to earn a unit of accreditation that can be shown to potential employers or customers to demonstrate your competence in this important trade.
Another great attraction of this course is that you really can start it even if you have no prior experience in carpentry at all.
You will choose a Cskills unit to complete during your five days at our training centre. Then, once you’ve passed this course, you could always proceed to another Cskills Level 1 unit accreditation course, and eventually gain a Cskills NVQ Level 2 qualification in site carpentry.
You won’t waste a minute when training in carpentry with us!
In just five days at our West Yorkshire training centre, you can cover considerable ground in carpentry and joinery. This course encompasses such essentials of the trade as building a stud partition wall with a doorway, hanging a door including the fitting of locks, fitting skirtings and mouldings, the various tools required in carpentry and joinery, and so much more.
Experienced carpenters and joiners can earn as much as £40,000 a year, so this might not merely be an enjoyable and futureproof trade for you – it could also be a financially rewarding one in the long run. And this course represents an excellent way to start your journey.
Reach out to the YTA team today to ask any questions you may have about this popular course, and to enquire about booking your place to learn carpentry at one of the UK’s leading accredited centres for construction training.