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Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Closing date for responses is 29th January 2020

A small group of employers from across the sector has been developing an apprenticeship standard for this occupation and now seek your comments on their work so far.

They have described the purpose of the role as:

safely designing and constructing bespoke scenic elements for example simple walled structures (flats), platforms, doors, stairs, windows and floors using a variety of techniques for example carpentry skills, metal fabrication skills and draughting skills to a professional standard.
They pre-fit large assemblies of smaller components and break them down for transportation/storage or delivery to the client. They undertake repairs and maintenance to the sets during the set lifetime.

With responsibilities including:
safely using and storing tools and equipment
interpreting and working from technical drawings, models and references to achieve the specification
working with others to achieve the objectives of the project
adapting their approach as the situation, circumstances and/or people change
checking for defects in materials prior to construction of scenic elements
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