Level 3 Woodwork


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is primarily workshop based however, there is quite a step up to Level 3 and you will be expected to show your design skills and show creativity.

You will design and make a project in the workshop.

You will need to be self motivated and show initiative in your work. 

 

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

  • advanced woodworking skills
  • development of creativity and design skills

WHAT SHOULD I HAVE DONE ALREADY?

        You should have ideally successfully completed Level 2 Woodwork or else discuss with Head of Technology or Mr Nyhof

ASSESSMENT OUTLINE:


Standard
Number
Title 
US 29684Undertake a Stage 3 BCATS project


12 Int X
US 29677 Follow safe workplace practices, and contribute to a health and safety culture, in a BCATS environment

2 Int X
US 29682 Select, use, and maintain tools, equipment and machinery for a stage 3 BCATS project


4 Int X


TOTAL CREDITS AVAILABLE

18


ASSESSMENT REGULATIONS:

There will usually not be an opportunity for reassessment.


See the NZQA Information page for more details.

 

  • There is no reassessment opportunity for students who do not hand work in on time.

  • Each unit will have a deadline and you will be given these closer to the start of each topic. Deadlines, obviously must be met.

 

Authenticity and Appeals:


Assessment work completed must be your own work.


These issues are dealt with by the college’s assessment procedures.

Every standard in this course contains written tasks to be completed. Students who are entitled to reader/writer assistance need to draw this to the attention of the teacher at the beginning of the school year so that assistance can be arranged well before the deadlines of the assessment.

Due dates will be advised by your teacher and are not negotiable. Incomplete work will not be assessed subject to the school NCEA policy.

Read your NZQA Information page for details.


WHERE DOES THIS COURSE LEAD?

This programme provides a good base for students who would like to enter the fields of building, construction, roofing, painting and decorating, infrastructure and joinery. 

The programme also provides a good base for students who will be entering other related areas such as architecture and quantity surveying. 

INDICATIVE COSTS

For All indicative course costs please see the Course Costs Page.


Course Endorsement

To achieve Course Endorsement, you will need at least 14 credits including an external