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Found 12 short duration training standards. The standards are sorted in alphabetical order.

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Architectural recognition

This standard focuses on the key knowledge and in-depth understanding in relevant architectural areas.

Bench joinery, workshop and on site

This standard focuses on skills needed to carry out bench joinery in a workshop and on site in a heritage environment.

Bench joinery, workshop and on site upskilling

This standard is no longer eligible for a grant and will be withdrawn on 17 May 2019. Employers have until 4 September 2019 to make a grant claim.

Conservation law upskilling

This standard is no longer eligible for a grant and will be withdrawn on 17 May 2019. Employers have until 4 September 2019 to make a grant claim.

Conservation or restoration of timber-based products

The standard focuses on technical information and resources for the conservation or restoration of timber-based products

Conservation or restoration of timber-based products upskilling

The standard is in development and will be published shortly.

Defect recognition, cause and effect for heritage wood occupations

This training module, ‘Defect recognition, cause and effect for heritage wood occupations’ is intended to focus on the trainee being able to identify, describe and offer appropriate solutions to defects, damage and insect attack.

Heavy timber framework

This standard focuses on the selection, orientation, identification, conservation or restoration of heavy timber framework.

Heavy timber framework upskilling

This standard is no longer eligible for a grant and will be withdrawn on 17 May 2019. Employers have until 4 September 2019 to make a grant claim.

Material identification for heritage wood occupations

This standard enables learners to identify and describe a range of materials associated with heritage woodwork.

Material identification upskilling

This standard is no longer eligible for a grant and will be withdrawn on 17 May 2019. Employers have until 4 September 2019 to make a grant claim.

Specialist techniques for heritage wood occupations

This training module, ‘Specialist techniques for heritage wood occupations’ is intended to focus on the trainee being able to use technical information and resources to draw, set out and pass on information that is clear and concise.
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