On-site Assembly Skills (Micro-credential)
Te Pukenga Work Based Learning Limited
Carpentry and Joinery
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The candidate must be employed by a carpentry business that meets BCITO's criteria for suitability to train and signed into a training agreement with the BCITO.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The aim of the On-site Assembly Skills micro-credential is to provide learners with the skills required to carry out on-site assembly of pre-manufactured structural elements for a residential building. It is suitable for people either preparing for or already employed by a construction organisation undertaking on-site assembly of new kitset or modular residential buildings.
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