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Fitted Furniture Installer
Apprenticeship Level 2

Fitted Furniture Installer

Interior Fit-out technician

Shop Fitter

Exhibition Stand Fitter

Level 2 - equivalent to GCSE

Essential workplace skills

Vocational skills

Training Locations
Employer's manufacturing facility

Woodwise Academy, Bristol

Block Release

Getting started
January, May & September


Training places subject to caseload capacity

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Geographic locations - some restrictions apply

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Training Access & Support
Access Didac's eLearning Portal

One-to-one training sessions

Regular reviews with your trainer and employer

ePortfolio - to record training & development

Opportunities to improve your maths & English skills

Minimum of 12 months, typically 15 to 18 months

Funding - England
Government Funding

Funding Value


Employer Contributions

£1, 000

Age grants for employers - England
Under 19 Apprentice - 3 months


Under 19 Apprentice - 12 months


Apprenticeship Standard
General Furniture Manufacturer - see page 10

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Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland
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Fitted Furniture Installer
Apprenticeship Level 2

Training Category / Furniture & Wood

Fitted furniture installers need a wide range of skills covering the preparation, installation and post installation phases of projects  

Kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, offices, shops, exhibitions, boat interiors

A Fitted Furniture Installer is responsible for preparing and installing furniture including kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and offices, shops, exhibitions and boat interiors. Frequently this will take place onsite at the customer’s commercial or domestic premises.

Apprentices taking this route will experience a wide variety of projects and frequently interface closely with customers.  

Whether you are leaving school, graduating or looking to change career to work with wood this is a great apprenticeship standard because it provides the knowledge and skills for all sorts of installation and fit-out occupations.

With Didac’s industrial experience, we can create training plans to cover specialised installation and fit-out settings.

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To meet the diverse requirements of the industry every apprentice will learn a wide range of skills in preparation, installation and post installation phases of projects.


Transporting & Handling of Materials – Ensure the safe transportation and handling of installation equipment and materials.


Prepare Location – for assembly and placement of furniture. This involves making the assembly and placement area ready for work and preparing the furniture components for assembly.

Measure and Mark Out – materials to specification.

Power Tools & Hand Tools – set up and operate tools used to assemble furniture. Understand the tools used within the working area and which specific job they are used in.

Assemble – components of fitted furniture and understand the sequence of assembly and why this is important.

Install furniture on location to specification – this includes scribing, fixing and securing of furniture using correct fixings relating to the foundation being secured to etc., adaptations to non- standard situations to specification (i.e., pipe box, sockets, gas meter)

Post installation

Re-instate a Location – after assembly and placement of furniture. This involves confirming the end of the installation, ensuring all equipment, unused materials and waste is cleared while maintaining customer liaison.

Customer Service – develop customer relationships, including building customer confidence in the level of service provided, meeting the ongoing needs and expectations of customers and developing relationships between customers and your organisation.

Rectification Work – carry out rectification or rework, which could include changing hinges and handles. Identify snags and awareness of where to seek help and guidance.

You must:

  • be 16 or over
  • not already be in full-time education
  • live in England to qualify for Didac funded apprenticeships

You can start an apprenticeship whether you’re starting your career, want a change or you’re upskilling in your current job. You can have a previous qualification like a degree and still start an apprenticeship.

As an apprentice you’ll:

  • learn and train for a specific job
  • get paid and receive holiday leave
  • get hands-on experience in a real job
  • be given the opportunity to improve your maths and English skills
  • study for at least 20% of your working hours off-the-job
  • complete assessments during and at the end of your apprenticeship
  • be on a career path with lots of future potential