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Furniture Making NCFE L1
Qualification:
 
Starts:
16/09/2016 
Ends:
02/12/2016 
Weeks:
11 
Days:
Fri 
Study Mode
Part-Time 
Assessment:
Practical Assessment 
Level:
Area:
Design & Visual Arts 
Course Code:
CDICW1A 
 
Entry Requirements
There are no formal entry qualifications needed to join this course.
 
 

Furniture Making NCFE Level 1

This flexible course aimed at women with an interest in furniture making and design. The course is taught in a safe and friendly workshop environment which is well equipped with hand tools and machines. The course is taught by a woman lecturer and technician.


About the Course

For learners with an interest in Furniture making and design. Learners will make a small pine shelf (materials provided) and then research, design and make a small project. This could be a small table, stool, box, cupboard or garden planters or a project they which to upcycle.

The course is very flexible and can be adapted to suit each individual learner  The course is taught in a safe and friendly workshop environment. The workshop is well equipped with hand tools and machines. An inclusive learning environment and a lively college experience.



Key Units

Unit one: research ideas and planning
Unit two: Practice and making, using Hand tools, power tools and machinery
Unit three: Make your craft item



Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry qualifications needed to join this course.


Assessment

Coursework


Where does this Lead

Progression onto Furniture Making NCFE Level 2 Progression onto Furniture Making City and Guilds Diploma Level 2



Future Opportunities

Self employment


Tell Me More

Students will be taught by Anna Childs. Anna has a MA in Design with 25  year’s experience in furniture making and design.  Anna Childs runs her own furniture making business in Sheffield City Centre


Extra Costs

Learners will need to buy some of their timber.