Scaffolder - Level 2 - Apprenticeship Standard
This apprenticeship standard is Level 2 and typically takes 18 months to complete.
Details of standard
Scaffolding offers an exciting, physically demanding and financially rewarding career path for those who wish to enter into the industry. Qualifying as a Scaffolder provides opportunities to work in many different sectors including Construction, Infrastructure, Nuclear, Oil and Gas, Rail, and Events across the UK and internationally. The primary role of a Scaffolder is to provide access solutions or structural support which allows other trades to carry out their roles safely whilst working at height. Upon completion of this apprenticeship, the operative will have achieved the established trade competency for the scaffolding industry which will enable them to erect, alter and dismantle a wide range of scaffolding structures as covered by this training and assessment. Scaffolding is a safety critical trade and each individual working in the sector must be aware of their responsibility to themselves, those they are working with, the end user of the scaffold and also others who they may come into contact with whilst carrying other their role e.g. other trades, clients, members of the public.
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Apprentices who complete the program will receive a Scaffolder - Level 2 - Apprenticeship Standardtechnical certificate.
Level 2 qualifications are equivalent to:
- GCSE (grades A*-C)
- Key Skills level 2
- NVQ Level 2
- Skills for Life Level 2
- Higher Diploma
- BTEC award, certificate and diploma Level 2
- Functional Skills Level 2
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Please note this training is specifically for employers in England looking to train apprentices, not individuals looking to achieve this qualification.