Plasterers mix and apply plaster to inside walls and ceilings; they may also apply cement or lime-based mixes to floors and outside walls, or do decorative work. Surface preparation is key to ensure that the first coat sticks to the material the wall is made of. Fibrous plasterers work with plaster that has short lengths of fibre added to hold it together while they are working on it. They make ornamental plasterwork and decorative panels by moulding and casting plaster in workshops. The finished pieces are then fixed onsite.
Fibrous plasterers may work from architects’ designs or copy pieces of plasterwork from artists’ drawings, or from photographs.
This course is designed for both new apprentices moving into a plastering role or for existing employees to upskill and gain recognition for their skills and knowledge.
This programme covers the following subject areas:
Once the learners are enrolled on the programme, they will be assigned a Skills Trainer together with support from a Student Engagement Coach and English and Maths tutor where required. Our apprenticeships are delivered using various proven learning methods:*
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