Plastering Level 3

The Basics

Sector: Construction
Awarding Body: City & Guilds
Qualification: Level 3 Apprenticeship in Plastering
Qualification Type: Apprenticeship Framework
Duration: 15 months
Type of Assessment: Continuous assessment throughout the programme

What you will Learn

> Skills and knowledge to produce internal solid plastering finishes
> Understanding and skills to complete external rendering finishes
> Working both independently and as part of a team
> Ability to manage own workload as well as the workload of others
> Effective communication with all key stakeholders
> Health, safety and welfare in the construction industry

Overview

Plastering is a vital element of the Construction industry, particularly in the house building and refurbishment industry.

Projects can vary from small-scale commercial properties to large-scale housing developments and will vary from day-to-day.

This qualification is most suitable for those who have completed their Level 2 Apprenticeship in Plastering and are looking to further develop their skills and knowledge.

Entry Requirements

You will need to have completed either the Level 2 Apprenticeship in Plastering or have some of experience of working at this level.

Roles Available in this Sector

> Site Supervisor
> Plasterer
> Business Owner
> Self-Employed Sub-Contractor

Progression

> Level 3 Team Leader / Supervisor Apprenticeship

> Level 3 Occupational Work Supervision

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