Is woodworking the right one for you? Take the test and find out what your level of experience is on woodworking.
Why should I take the woodworking test?
The Woodworking test will allow you to help determine if you qualify as an apprentice woodworker. You should take the test if you are currently working in an apprenticeship, have a woodworking qualification from a recognised woodworking training body and/or have a knowledge of woodworking.
What should I expect while taking this test?
The Woodworking test is a short (less than 20 minutes) oral test to assess your skill and knowledge in woodworking, and your need for continued education. To complete the test you will need to learn the following words and phrases:
Wood Working terminology and terminology you can use to find tools and materials
The correct ways to cut wood
Working with wooden, plastic and metal
Working with saw-toothed tools
How to use an IHX
How to apply and set screws and nails
How to set-out wood, timber or metal
How to set timber, timber and metal fasteners
How to create knots and saw-toothed edges
How to take advantage of the potential of the IHX
How to use glues, preservatives and varnishes at home
How to use a drill and chisel
How to make a router table
Why is a woodworking test suitable for my level of experience and educational background?
To check your skills and knowledge in woodworking you must be able to use tools to accomplish a number of different tasks. To find out how you would like to improve your knowledge please find out if you qualify for the Woodworking test. You should take the test if you can meet these criteria or if you think you are at a lower level of experience than others who are still learning woodworking. If you qualify as a Woodworker you will be able to use the skills you have learnt and experience a variety of different tasks that you can now get for free or almost free which enables you to start working at your very own level of skill.
The Woodworking test is also appropriate if you are currently working in an apprenticeship, have a woodworking qualification from a recognised woodworking training body and/or have a knowledge of woodworking. For further information about apprenticeships visit www.woodworkshop.co.uk/apprenticeships.
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