NVQ3 in Heritage Masonry/ Carpentry/ Plastering - Expression of interest

Tywi Centre

by 29th September 2024
Funding available to eligible candidates

NVQ3 in Heritage Carpentry/ Plastering / Masonry

In 2025 we have fully funded places available on our NVQ3 programme for Heritage MasonryHeritage Plastering and Heritage Carpentry.

If you would like to find out if this programme is right for you and/ or your employees, please complete the form below and one of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

There are three options for funding your training and assessment this year.

1. Self funding- payment plans can be offered to help you pay for the course.

2. CITB funding- this is ideal if you are a CITB registered company if you are employed by a company that is registered by CITB. Eligible companies can access full cost for training and assessment, travel and accommodation grant, attendance grant and completion grant. This is suitable for learners who are already in full time employment and have qualifications and experience in their chosen trade.

3. Bursary funding- this is ideal if you live or work in Carmarthenshire or the surrounding region. The Tywi Centre have secured funding from UK Government Levelling up fund to help local people gain training and skills to look after the beautiful buildings of South Wales. It is suitable for people who have experience in the construction industry and a keen interest in older, traditional buildings but are unable to access other routes for funding. This project will cover the cost of all the training and assessment and will also provide a bursary of at least £16,000 (minimum wage depending on age). 

If you would like register your interest for the NVQ3 in Heritage Carpentry, Plastering or Masonry, please complete the form below and we will contact you.

For full details of each of the NVQ3 Heritage construction programmes, please click on the links below:

NVQ3 Heritage Masonry

NVQ3 Heritage Plastering

NVQ3 Heritage Carpentry

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