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Plastering Diploma Level 3 at City College

Course description

The Diploma level 3 course is for those that have already been successful in achieving a level 2 qualification in Plastering, or who are able to demonstrate considerable experience of Plastering prior to joining the course. Achievement of this course will enable learners to move towards employment in the Plastering trade and on to NVQ.

Course content

The course is designed to a more advanced level of practical skills and knowledge in Plastering, which includes Health & Safety, forming and running in moulds, Rendering to complex external features, Rendering to internal complex features, analysing construction industry and more....

6 units comprising of 3 core and 3 occupational units of both practical and theory on line unit test, multiple choice.

Entry requirements

As a guide learners should ideally be working at GCSE  in Maths and English grades A-D or at level 2. All learners must undertake an Initial assessment as part of the interview process and will have already achieved at least a level 2 CITB course. To complete the full qualification it is necessary to achieve 90% attendance.


A variety of methods will be used, which may include multiple choice tests, and your building a portfolio of coursework. All elements must be successfully achieved in order to gain full certification.

Financial information

All learners pay a none refundable administration fee of £10 regardless of status. The course fee is £4,950.00 or if aged 24 or over then free through 24+ loans (we help you with this) this loan is not repayable until in employment  and earning £21k or more and then at payments of £9.00 per month.

Further information

Additional Learning Support may be available to assist learners in achieving their learning goals. You may be eligible to access learner support fund, please contact administration team for further information.

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 17 August 2015

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