Apprenticeships and Health & Safety Training

Throughout our history we have been continually and actively engaged in training, enabling employees to gain knowledge in all sectors.

Apprenticeships are an excellent way to gain a nationally recognised qualification and practical hands-on work experience all whilst earning a wage. We train our apprentices to NVQ2 & NVQ3 standard. We are also CITB Registered (REG # 2324901).

Staff and operatives attend regular training, we currently offer our employees:

Training

  • NVQ L2 Wood Occupations (Construction) (Site Carpentry) Diploma
  • NVQ L3 Occupational Work Supervision (Construction) Diploma
  • NVQ L6 Construction Management
  • Site Managers Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS)
  • Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS)
  • Sites Environmental Awareness Training Scheme (SEATS)
  • First Aid at Work
  • PASMA
  • IPAF
  • IOSH Safety for Senior Executives & Directors
  • Managing with Environmental Sustainability
  • Traffic Banksman/Marshall
  • Site Safety Plus, Health & Safety Awareness

In-House Training

  • PAT Testing
  • Qualitative Face Fit Testing
  • Fire Warden
  • Vulnerable Road Users
  • Manual Handling
  • Umar Rawat - Apprentice

    J.A Stott Carpentry are pleased to welcome our newest Apprentice, Umar. He has started work on site at Woodberry Down and he will will begin his 1st year at the Building Crafts College, Stratford, in October.
    We look forward to seeing his progress in College and on site.

  • Darragh Tierney - Apprentice

    Darragh has completed his 1st year at the Building Crafts College in Stratford, where he gained experience in 1st Fix, how to use power tools and wood working machines.
    He returned to College on the 09th September 2019 for his 2nd year, where he will be learning 2nd Fix, which includes architraves, skirtings and fixing doors.
    The feedback from Darragh's Tutor and Site Supervisor is all positive and we look forward to seeing how he progresses in his 2nd year.

  • Liam Yilmaz - Apprentice

    Liam has completed his 1st year at the Building Crafts College in Stratford, where he gained experience in 1st Fix, how to use power tools and wood working machines.
    He returned to College on the 09th September 2019 for his 2nd year, where he will be learning 2nd Fix, which includes architraves, skirtings and fixing doors.
    The feedback from Liam's Tutor and Site Supervisor is all positive and we look forward to seeing how he progresses in his 2nd year.

  • Jayden Harknett - Apprentice

    Jayden has completed his 1st year at the Building Crafts College in Stratford, where he gained experience in 1st Fix, how to use power tools and wood working machines.
    He returned to College on the 09th September 2019 for his 2nd year, where he will be learning 2nd Fix, which includes architraves, skirtings and fixing doors.
    The feedback from Jayden's Tutor and Site Supervisor is all positive and we look forward to seeing how he progresses in his 2nd year.

  • Finn Hamilton - Apprentice

    Finn has completed his 1st year at the Building Crafts College in Stratford, where he gained experience in 1st Fix, how to use power tools and wood working machines.
    He returned to College on the 09th September 2019 for his 2nd year, where he will be learning 2nd Fix, which includes architraves, skirtings and fixing doors.
    The feedback from Finn's Tutor and Site Supervisor is all positive and we look forward to seeing how he progresses in his 2nd year.

  • Keyarn Nelson - Apprentice

    Keyarn has completed his 1st year at the Building Crafts College in Stratford, where he gained experience in 1st Fix, how to use power tools and wood working machines.
    He returned to College on the 09th September 2019 for his 2nd year, where he will be learning 2nd Fix, which includes architraves, skirtings and fixing doors.
    The feedback from Keyarn's Tutor and Site Supervisor is all positive and we look forward to seeing how he progresses in his 2nd year.

  • Reion White - Apprentice

    Reion has completed his 1st year at the Building Crafts College in Stratford, where he gained experience in 1st Fix, how to use power tools and wood working machines.
    He returned to College on the 09th September 2019 for his 2nd year, where he will be learning 2nd Fix, which includes architraves, skirtings and fixing doors.
    The feedback from Reion's Tutor and Site Supervisor is all positive and we look forward to seeing how he progresses in his 2nd year.
    Reion has also been nominated for a 2019 Berkeley Group Apprentice Award.