Level 2 Traineeship in Plastering

This Traineeship course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to develop a career in plastering.

Academic Year: 2024/25
Course Code: 10777
Campus: Lisburn
Study Type: Full-Time
Education Level Further Education
Department: Plastering

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Course Overview

The Traineeship programme will allow participants to achieve a full Level 2 qualification and will comprise the following key elements:

A main vocational based qualification

Vocational skills development

Transversal and digital skills

Work placement

Literacy and numeracy qualifications at Level 2 (may include GCSE qualifications in English and mathematics)

Additional qualifications deemed necessary for work within a sector e.g. Health and Safety, CSR, manual handling

Modules studied may include:

  • Safe working practices Information, quantities and communicating
  • Building methods and construction technology
  • Apply plaster materials to external surfaces
  • Fix dry lining and plasterboard products to interiors
  • Sand and cement screeds
  • Produce plaster components
  • Apply plaster materials to internal surfaces
  • Position and secure fibrous plaster components
  • Apply internal and external finishings and lay floor screed; produce and fix fibrous work

You want to pursue a career in Plastering.

Building methods and construction technology, applying plaster materials to external surfaces, fixing dry lining and plasterboard products to interiors and safe working practices.

Developing your wider skills As well as providing you with the technical skills and knowledge in your chosen area, the Traineeship will help you to develop a range of transversal skills that are important for employment including:   Problem solving, Teamwork, Communication, Time management, Entrepreneurship

Our state-of-the-art plastering suite.

Project Based Learning will also be a key feature of Traineeships. ‚ÄčThis is a dynamic approach to learning in which you will explore real-world problems and challenges that have been developed with employers. With this type of active and engaged learning, you will be inspired to obtain a deeper knowledge of the subjects you are studying and develop a wide range of hands-on skills.

Successful completion of this course will allow you to progress to the Level 3 qualification in Plastering under the apprenticeship programme if you secure employment or alternatively to FE at Level 3.

 4 GCSEs grade D-G, including grade 'D' in maths and grade 'E' in English or equivalent.

Applicants that have not obtained the above grades but can demonstrate an equivalent level of experiential learning may also undertake a NI Traineeship through Accreditation for Prior Experiential Learning (APEL).  Suitability will also be determined following an assessment of your current level of literacy and numeracy. If you have not obtained the stated entry grades for maths & English, but your assessment determines that you have the potential to achieve a Level 2 Essential Skill in numeracy and/or literacy over the duration of the NI Traineeship, you may be enrolled as an ‘Introductory’ Trainee, following the same programme as those of the Full NI Traineeship except for Essential Skills.  

*Entry criteria may be subject to change.

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