Level 2 NVQ in Decorative Finishing and Industrial Painting at City Training Services
This involves 6 Mandatory Units and 7 Optional Units. The Apprentice will attend College for 1 Day each week. Apprentices will be observed and assessed by fully qualified and experienced tutors at college and Work based Recorders in the workplace. The Apprentice will receive full support whilst training and will have a dedicated training co-ordinator who will give pastoral support, maintain regular contact and conduct a progress review every 10 weeks. Prior to completing the Apprenticeship the Apprentice will have completed a comprehensive portfolio of evidence showing competency in all areas of Painting & Decorating.
Knowledge Based Evidence
There is a Diploma to complete for the Apprenticeship, comprising 18 units and some practical assignments along with regular tests. This part of the qualification is the underpinning knowledge the apprentice will need to do the job effectively, covering Workplace Health & Safety, Developing and Maintaining Good Working Relationships and Methods of Work.
QCF 250:- Erect & Dismantle Access Platforms
QCF 332:- Prepare Surfaces for Painting/Decorating in the Workplace
QCF 333:- Apply Paint by Brush and Roller
QCF 641:- Conform to General Health & Safety in the Workplace
QCF 642:- Conform to Productive Working Practices in the Workplace
QCF 643:- Moving, Handling and Storing Resources.
Unit 1001:- Carry out Safe Working Practices in Construction
Unit 2002:- Information, Quantities and Communication with others
Unit 2003:- Building Methods and Construction Technology
Unit 2019:- Prepare Surfaces for Decoration
Unit 2020:- Apply Paint Systems by Brush and Roller
Unit 2021:- Apply Standard Papers to Walls and Ceilings
Unit 2022:- Produce Specialist Decorative Finishes
Unit 2023:- Apply Water –Borne Paint Systems using High Volume Low Pressure Spray Equipment
Unit 2024:- Erect & Dismantle Access Equipment and Working Platforms
There is no Requirement for GCSE’s at specific Levels but there is a requirement that the Apprentice will achieve at least L1 on the BKSB Assessment test.
On site Assessment by College Assessor, End Tests in College, Classroom/Workshop Assessment by Tutor and Portfolio Evidence.
Upon successful completion of the Level 2 Course the Apprentice has the opportunity to progress to Level 3.
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How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact City Training Services directly.