Interior Systems Level 2

The Basics

Sector: Construction
Awarding Body: NOCN
Qualification: Level 2 Apprenticeship in Interior Systems
Qualification Type: Apprenticeship Framework
Duration: 15 months
Type of Assessment: Continuous assessment throughout the programme

What you will Learn

> Installation of plasterboard lining
> Finishing drylining walls
> Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
> Correctly moving, storing and handling of resources
> Effective communication with all key stakeholders
> Health, safety and welfare in the construction industry

Overview

This qualification is a specialist contracting occupation largely involving the construction of partitions, walls and ceilings.

You will also work on a range of projects such as hotels, schools, airports, football stadiums, hospitals and shopping centres.

Some of the more iconic structures that Interior Systems Operatives have been involved in include Canary Wharf, the Olympic Stadium and the Shard.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal qualifications required for this role however it is preferential that you have some experience of working within this industry and/or a genuine interest in this sector.

Roles Available in this Sector

> Partitioning Systems Operatives
> Occupational Supervisor
> Team Leader
> Facilities Manager

Progression

> Level 3 Team Leader / Supervisor Apprenticeship

> Level 3 Occupational Work Supervision

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