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Yes, Construction Skills training grants apply when you take on an Apprentice.
Yes, we deliver the diploma in drylining which then links to the NVQ level 2 in drylining.
Yes, this is linked to the diploma course. Once the course is completed, we visit the Apprentice on site to gather the site evidence over the remainder of a 2 year period from attending the diploma course.
The diploma course has been designed through consultation with industry, with the diploma lasting 17 weeks with 3 week blocks separated with a month back on site.
Firstly, speak to a local Construction Skills Apprenticeships Officer in your area, who will explain the procedure required to take on an Apprentice.
They can still attend the course as Construction Skills provide residential accommodation near the Technical Academies.
No, you need to attend the Pure Practical course before attending an Advanced course.
Yes, we have a mobile training rig to do one hour training sessions per group of staff.
Yes, primarily Part E (sound), Part L1A (new-build) / L1B (renovation) thermal insulation, Part B (fire protection). British Gypsum product and system solutions meet the regulations covered on the course.
For Builders Merchants and Distributors who stock British Gypsum products and systems, the course is provided free of charge.
Pure Practical - hands on all day, and very popular / Advanced Builders Merchants course, and Advanced Distributors course – both classroom based, linked to practical area work.
We are able to do a maximum of 2 college visits per month
Yes, through discussions with course tutors at the time of booking a course, we can align project work to the Building Regulations in providing specification solutions.
Yes, with a one day agenda being set as required for bespoke training courses.
Yes, with bespoke content.
Yes, with course content set as bespoke for university requests.
This can be dictated by a college - a maximum of 1 day being typically 9.30am until 3.00pm, or part day thereof
Maximum of 15 per visit
Students need to be age 16 or over (for Company insurance purposes)
Yes, all courses are certificated.
Yes, protective boots and old clothes for the practical work on the courses.
Yes, we do one day plaster courses on request.
East Leake (Leicestershire), Erith (Kent), Kirkby Thore (Cumbria), Clevedon (Bristol)
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