Patch Plastering and Coving Training Courses

Patch Plastering

The patch plastering and coving course is handy if you want to learn how to repair damaged sections of plastering and or install coving in your home. It's also a great skill to add to your repertoire of services as a practising plasterer.

Some training providers offer singular modules on patch plastering and coving while others offer these as a two-part programme. Whichever you prefer to do, you’ll gain a good understanding of these skills in order to do your own repairs or installation.

This is a hands-on, practical course. Most learning providers will provide tools and materials but you will be required to wear suitable clothing and protective footwear (preferably steel toed), which is compulsory.

Who is the patch plastering and coving course aimed at?

The patch plastering and coving course is ideal for people with competent basic plastering skills to enable them to work with more precision and skills on repairing damaged plastering and or installing coving at home. These courses would also benefit plastering students seeking NVQ level qualifications.

Patch plastering and coving course content

  • Health and Safety
  • Protective gear
  • Tools and materials
  • Assessing the job requirements
  • Preparing working area
  • Repair damaged plaster and other imperfections on surfaces
  • Rub up and skim patching
  • Backing coats and how to mix
  • Preparing walls and ceilings for coving
  • Methods for handling coving
  • Measuring and cutting to measure and cut coving
  • Mixing and applying adhesive for coving
  • Installing coving correctly
  • Filling joints and high standard finish
  • Cleaning up

After completing the patch plastering and coving course

Upon successful completion of the patch plastering and coving course, why not enrol in the external wall insulation course or consider becoming a fully qualified plasterer.

Available plastering courses

  • Plastering Advanced
  • Plastering Level 2
  • Plastering Level 3
  • Plastering Diploma
  • Rendering
  • Dry Lining
  • External Wall Insulation (EWI)

Visit our training course directory and find out more details about enrolling onto plastering courses available with leading fitness course providers.