Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship Modern Methods Of Construction

We would love to welcome you to the exciting world of modern construction.

This apprenticeship is all about assembling, positioning, and securing ready-made components on construction sites. You'll be working with a wide range of materials, such as concrete, timber, and composite materials.

You will work on site to help build amazing structures, such as houses, schools, hospitals, and more.

As an apprentice in this field, you'll get to work with a dynamic and adaptable team of colleagues and supervisors at the forefront of construction. You'll also collaborate with other professionals, like architects, engineers, and construction managers. It's a hands-on job that will require a vast range of skills.

Your main task will be to assemble and install components according to specific designs and guidelines. You'll learn how to handle materials safely, move them around, and finish the construction work. Don't worry, you'll have the support of experienced team members or supervisors to guide you along the way.

The apprenticeship offers several exciting routes for you to choose from. Depending on your employer, you can specialise in working with timber frames, relocatable modular and portable buildings, or permanent modular buildings. Each path will give you valuable skills and knowledge in your chosen area.

Join us on this apprenticeship journey and unlock the doors to a rewarding career in the construction industry. Get ready to build amazing structures that will leave a lasting impact on our communities.

Modules Studied

You will cover:

  • Safety and welfare principles
  • Working with tools
  • Building information modeling
  • Installation techniques
  • Working at height
  • Slinging and signaling
  • Material properties
  • Temporary works and formwork
  • Modular and portable building construction
  • Maintenance and repair
  • Use of power tools
  • Interpretation of drawings
  • Timber frame construction
  • Sustainable building practices

Times of Delivery

You will attend college on day release one day per week.

Any times indicated are based on current courses and may be subject to change in future years. Full timetables will be confirmed at the start of each course.

Teaching and Assessment

You will learn both on-the-job in a real working environment and in our carpentry and joinery workshop, equipped with industry standard facilities, tools and materials.

You will be assessed using the following methods:

  • Knowledge questions
  • A portfolio of evidence
  • Practical observations

End Point Assessment

You will receive excellent support to ensure you progress and reach targets to complete the programme.

The End Point Assessment (EPA) is a three-part assessment that involves a multiple-choice online test, an observation of practical work with questioning and a candidate interview.

The EPA must be passed to achieve the full qualification.

Entry Criteria

4 GCSEs at grade 3 or above, including English and maths or Functional Skills Level 1

Entry Criteria

One crucial requirement is having a supportive employer who will not only guide you but also help you gather the evidence required for the MMC programme.

Additional Costs

You'll need to purchase protective safety boots to wear in the workshop and on the construction site.

In addition, you'll also need some essential stationery to help you stay organised.

What are the next steps?

You will be invited to meet with one of the course tutors.

At this stage, you will be guided through several tasks, helping us assess your suitability for the course and your learning ‘starting point’.

Please bring evidence of relevant qualifications and proof of ID, e.g. passport, driving license or birth certificate.

 Intermediate Apprenticeship
 Published on 2023-08-25
 Deadline NA