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This course is taught at our fantastic South West Skills Campus, which has state-of-the-art facilities, used by construction companies of all sizes, to discover and develop their future talent.
This plastering course is designed to build on the existing skills and knowledge gained on a level 1 plastering course or for those who may already have some experience of the plastering industry.
You’ll cover a range of new topics including preparing surfaces for plastering, plaster application and start to look at mechanical application. You will also work on larger areas and have the chance to build on your speed and techniques ready for a future role in the industry or maybe the confidence to start up your own business!
How will I be assessed?
You will take part in online exams and practical competency assessments for each unit of study.
You can further your knowledge with a Level 3 course, or look to gain an apprenticeship.
Your course may be FREE if you live in the South West of England (including the West of England Combined Authority) and:
- You are defined as being unemployed.
- You are employed, or self-employed, and earn less than £17,374.50 annual gross salary or less than £18,525.00 (West of England Combined Authority postcodes).
- If you are 19-23 (all postcodes) or 50+ (West of England Combined Authority postcodes only) and do not hold a full Level 2 qualification.
If you do not meet the above criteria there are also co-funding options, please contact us below or via the Live Chat (during office hours), to discuss your circumstances.
Please note: This is a summary only, you can read the full T&Cs by clicking the blue box.
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There are no formal entry requirements for this course. However successful completion of a level 1 plastering course is an advantage.
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iAn interview is required for this course.
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