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C&G CITB NVQ Level 1/2/3&Constr.Dip.Level 1/2/3 Painting & Decorating(3 years 2 eve a week)

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Construction and the Built Environment - Painting and Decorating C&G CITB NVQ Level 1/2/3&Constr.Dip.Level 1/2/3 Painting & Decorating(3 years 2 eve a week)(2010/2011) Study Method: Courses consist of a number of modular units. The mode of study is by lecture inputs and resource-based learning packages, together with practical demonstrations and student practical work. Attendance is required at the College for two evenings a week for 36 weeks in each of the 3 years. One evening each week is 3 hours for theoretical subjects; the other is a 3 hour practical session. Duration : Three years - two evenings a week Who the Course is For: This course is designed for those students who wish to gain the necessary skills required to work in the painting and decorating industry. Assessment: This course incorporates continuous assessment, covering practical activities, written work and oral tests. Those students who are employed will have to collect some evidence of competence in the work place. There is also an end of year multiple choice test. Course Leads To: By the accumulation of practical skills and associated knowledge, students can gain Units of Competence which build to give National Vocational qualifications in Painting and Decorating to Levels 1, 2 and 3. For those who are not working, Foundation, Intermediate or Advanced Craft Awards will be achieved. This can then be boosted to a full NVQ once they can gain evidence of competence in the work place. Progress to BTEC Building Studies. Entry Requirements: Formal qualifications are not necessary for enrolment on these courses but for those wishing to gain a full NVQ they must be employed within the industry. All applicants will be required to undertake an assessment to ensure they can cope with the course demands. Content: All our courses are designed to cover the full range of topics and tasks as laid down by the awarding body in response to industry requirements. All practical activities are carried out within out start of the art workshops with theory work being a mix of classroom and assignment activities. The topics include: Access Equipment: Scaffolding, Mobile scaffolds, Steps, Trestles, Ladders. Preparation of Surfaces:Washing down, Rubbing down by hand and mechanical methods, Filling and stopping Application of Coatings by: Brush, Spray, Roller. Application of wall coverings: Lining paper, Woodchip, Embossed, Patterned pulp, Vinyl, Prepasted, Hessian, Lincrusta, Industrial Vinyl etc Specialist Decorating:Graining, Marbling, broken Colour, Stencilling Health & Safety

Construction and the Built Environment - Painting and Decorating C&G CITB NVQ Level 1/2/3&Constr.Dip.Level 1/2/3 Painting & Decorating(3 years 2 eve a week)(2010/2011) Study Method: Courses consist of a number of modular units. The mode of study is by lecture inputs and resource-based learning packages, together with practical demonstrations and student practical work. Attendance is required at...

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