This Plastering Diploma is the beginning of your training. You will receive expert tuition from highly qualified lecturing staff with many years industry experience. You will work towards achieving 6 units of competence which will culminate in an end of year examination and you will learn in purpose-built facilities alongside other construction trades.
|Study Type:||Full Time|
|Academic Level:||Level 1|
|Awarded by:||Construction Awards Alliance/City & Guilds|
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As a plasterer, your day’s work could include anything from internal plastering on walls, ceilings and floors using a range of traditional or modern construction methods and materials, to carrying out external rendering on new or existing buildings. As a specialist fibrous plasterer you could do running, casting and fixing mouldings such as cornices, dado rails, raised or flat panels, ceiling roses and many other types of decorative work.
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Fucntional Skills in Numeracy, Literacy and ICT are included in the Full Time programme along with both group, one to one tutorials, PSD Award and enrichment activities. You will be given details of course materials, stationery and the health and safety equipment you will require when you enrol on the programme.
Fees for 2019/20: £3,095
Essential Personal Protective Equipment: approximate cost £77
Two GCSE’s in maths and English at grade 3 or above. A satisfactory school reference.
Students can go on to the Level 2 Diploma or an Apprenticeship in Plastering.
Potential career routes in the Plastering industry:
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