The joinery course provides an in-depth understanding of how to construct and assemble woodwork or other materials that have joints. These builds could be as large as windows, doors, frames, stairs and purpose build cabinets or as small as a doll house model. Skill in precision joinery is essential for a practising carpenter or for anyone with basic carpentry skills who is working on fine, more intricate projects that involves construction with joints.
This is a hands-on, practical joinery course. Most learning providers will provide tools and materials but you will be required to wear suitable clothing and protective footwear (preferably steel toed), which is compulsory.
Who is the joinery course aimed at?
The joinery course is ideal for people with competent basic carpentry skills to enable them to work with more precision and skills on fine woodwork (or other materials) that are complex.
The joinery course is described below:
Joinery course content
- Precision measuring and cutting
- Mortice and tenon
- Stub and double mortice and tenon
- Haunched mortice and tenon
- Centre bridle joint
- Dovetail halving joint and slot dovetail
- Shouldered housing
After completing the joinery course
Upon successful completion of the joinery course, why not enrol in the external wall insulation course or consider becoming a fully qualified carpenter.
Available carpentry courses
- Carpentry DIY
- Carpentry Level 2
- Carpentry Level 3
Visit our training course directory and find out more details about enrolling onto carpentry courses available with leading fitness course providers.