Carpentry & Joinery Course in Kenya
This course is ideal for learners looking to start a career in the construction industry as a site carpenter or joiner. You can also proceed for further studies while still being a professional in carpentry and joinery in Kenya
- ID and two copies of the same
- 2 passport photos
- Training boots
- Boarders to carry blankets, bed sheets, toiletries, bucket, plate, cup, spoon etc.
Common Questions in Carpentry and Joinery Course
Is joinery and carpentry the same?
You can usually distinguish between it and joinery by remembering that joinery work tends to focus more on the creation of wooden components, whereas carpentry involves fitting these components or using them in some way to create something else, like a roof truss.
What qualifications do you need for joinery?
You only need a national ID to enroll for Carpentry and Joinery Course