A professional plasterer with expert rendering skill is in high demand in the building industry. The rendering course is designed to provide a good understanding of rendering an external wall.
Successful completion of the rendering course will enable you to use your skills on your own DIY project or at the very least, help you understand what’s required in order to communicate knowledgeably with a contractor to get a fair quotation on a rendering job.
The rendering course is based on practical, on-site and hands-on training. 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 rendering course aimed at?
The rendering course is ideal for people who require the skills to get some basic rendering done at home. Professional rendering is also a skilled job that is in high demand in the building industry so if you are a plasterer who specialise in internal walls and is interested in expanding your skill sets, the rendering course would be an added benefit to your skill set.
The rendering course is described below:
Rendering course content
- Health and safety
- Protective gear
- Types of finishes
- Tools, materials and techniques
- Fixing of rules around windows
- Fitting angle beads around windows and reveals
- Fixing a batten above DPC height to form a Bell cast bead
- How to apply a scratch coat
- How to apply a topcoat
- Intro to jointing
After completing the rendering course
Available plastering courses
- Plastering Advanced
- Plastering Level 2
- Plastering Level 3
- Plastering Diploma
- Patch Plastering & Coving
- Dry Lining
- External Wall Insulation (EWI)
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