Wall and Floor Tiling Level 2

The Basics

Sector: Construction
Awarding Body: NOCN
Qualification: Level 2 Apprenticeship in Wall and Floor Tiling
Qualification Type: Apprenticeship Framework
Duration: 15 months
Type of Assessment: Continuous assessment throughout the programme

What you will Learn

> Prepare surfaces for wall / floor tiling
> Ability to tile wall / floor structures
> Correctly moving, storing and handling of resources
> Complex external rendering finishes
> Laying under tile electrical heating systems and tiling surfaces
> Effective communication with all key stakeholders

Overview

Wall and Floor Tilers will prepare walls and floors for tiling application, apply adhesive and cut and position tiles to fit.

Your role will include undertaking all types of wall and floor tiling in a range of settings including both domestic and commercial settings.

Working with a wide variety of both ceramic and natural stone tiles to create the finished product.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal qualifications required for this role however it is preferential that you have some experience of working within this industry and/or a genuine interest in this sector.

Roles Available in this Sector

> Tiler
> Supervisor
> Self-Employed Sub-Contractor
> Bathroom Fitter

Progression

> Level 3 Apprenticeship in Wall and Floor Tiling

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