C-Skills Level 3 Diploma in Plastering

To further develop the skills and knowledge learnt from level 2 Plastering enabling you to work at an advanced level in the industry.  Prepares the learner to take higher level qualifications to enable them to qualify as team leaders and managers within the construction industry.

Students on this course will be invited to attend cross-college events that will develop their job skills. Examples of previous events students have attended are:

  • Drug awareness, prevent, stop smoking, CV writing, healthy eating, sports activities and many more through our student services, learning centre and enterprise.

  • Guest speakers from - Renlon, Rail track, NIC, NAPIT, JIB and ECA, educational and historical trips to brick manufacturers, Wealden and Down, Chatsworth House, Royal Pavilion, Hampton Court and Winsor Castle to name just a few.

  • Learners also attend exhibitions such as IFSEC, ELEX, NIC and London ExCel Centre.

  • Site visits - Contractors include Berkley Homes, Barratt Homes and Willmott-Dixon.

  • A significant number of 16-18 learners complete work experience through local employers and through college based projects, gaining relevant skills to increase their employability.

  • Enrichment activities such as a football tournament and league in Pulse Sports Centre for construction and electrical students with medals for runner ups and winners including a cup, other activities include swimming, table tennis, and pool within the common room area.

 

 

Course Content and Job Skills

There are six units including both theory and practical classes:

  • Health, safety and welfare
  • Technical information, quantities and communication
  • The construction and the built environment
  • Apply plaster materials to produce complex internal surfaces
  • Apply render to produce complex external surfaces
  • Prepare and run in-situ moulds

 

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of the C-Skills Level 2 Plastering course or similar level skills course.

Suitability

This course is suitable for students who are wanting to expand their knowledge and skills in plastering, and those who may wish to further their career into construction or site management.

Assessments

  • Health, safety and welfare
  • Technical information, quantities and communication
  • The construction and the built environment
  • Apply plaster materials to produce complex internal surfaces
  • Apply render to produce complex external surfaces
  • Prepare and run in-situ moulds

Duration

1 year, 3 days per week

Progression

Successful completion of this course will allow you the opportunity to progress to Higher Education or an apprenticeship.

Additional Information

Start date

September


Cost

For information about course costs, please see the Carshalton College fees policy.

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