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Plastering Level 2 at Hull College Group

Course description

With support of specialist plastering staff, working in an outstanding, modern and well-equipped workshop, you will be involved in preparing background surfaces for plastering and applying a variety of finishes to new and old walls, such as sand and cement render, gypsum backing products, plasterboards and skimming to given specifications. 

The course includes a series of final practical assignments incorporating skills developed during solid and fibrous plastering training. 

Students will be required to complete functional skills in both Maths and English.

Course content

  • Apply Plaster Materials to Internal Surfaces
  • Produce Fibrous Plaster Components
  • Health, Safety and Welfare in Construction and Associated Industries
  • Fix Dry Lining and Plasterboard Products to Interiors
  • Apply Render Materials to External Surfaces

Entry requirements

Students should have completed Level 1 Diploma or an equivalent level of training.

Financial information

All tools and equipment are provided by Hull College.  Students must provide adequate safety boots and suitable clothing (overalls).

Students will also be required to purchase a Hull College polo shirt for the course (approx. £8). Information regarding this will be provided at interview.

Future opportunities

Successful completion will allow progression on to the Level 3 plastering.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hull College Group directly.

Last updated date: 18 April 2016

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