This qualification covers the advanced occupational practical skills and knowledge required to work in fitted furniture and interiors roles within the furniture industry.

The Fitted Furniture and Interiors role includes:

• Using skills to produce a variety of joints between components.
• Making good any faults and repairs to maintain the quality of the placement.
• Maintaining effective communication with supporting personnel and customers.
• Cutting, shaping, trimming and scribing the components to fit and align.
• Making and using accurate templates.
• Cutting and finishing work tops to the required specification.
• Assembling work surfaces in a logical and safe sequence.
• Checking finished installations and completing relevant paperwork.
• Checking and sorting any delivery problems with furniture or white goods.
• Operating and maintaining portable and hand tools when on site.

Course Duration

20 Months

Entry Requirments

You will need English and maths at GCSE Grade D/3 or above, or equivalent qualifications (eg Functional Skills at Level 1). If you do not have English or maths at this level, we will invite you to take a Skills Scan to check your current level of skill.

Assessment

• Portfolio of work.
• Technical certificate and two tests.
• ERR and PLTS booklets.

Progression

After completing the Level 3 Apprenticeship, you can progress onto further study in the Furniture Occupations sector or even a qualification in management.