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About the course:
This qualification would suit you if you have completed level 1 Trowel Occupations, or if you have a fair amount of experience in Painting and Decorating.
This course is designed for learners actively involved in the Industry and can be completed as an OSAT (on site assessment and training) route or part time evening course. Either way you will need to be employed and able to put together a portfolio of evidence to show you are competent within painting and decorating.
This is a course for tradesmen who are employed and seeking a qualification or learners in work interested in getting training to enable themselves to prove their competent.
There are a number of ways this qualification can be completed, either through On Site Assessment and Training (OSAT) who are working in Industry for at least five years. College evening classes and assessment or the Experienced worker Practical Assessment. (EWPA)
On site assessment and training (OSAT) route can be used for trades people with a minimum of Five years trade experience. The Experienced Worker Practical Assessment Route (EWPA) can be achieved in Painting and Decorating as a stand alone NVQ Level 2. It's unique and a highly flexible way to achieve an NVQ L2 in one or two days depending on the craft area. It's generally open to highly experienced trades people who have and still are working in the Industry who are yet to have gained a level two qualification.
This course covers surface preparation, the application of paints and wallpapers, scaffolding, health and safety. Our qualified assessors can visit you on site to ensure a minimum of disruption to your business.
Experience of painting and decorating with a reasonable standard of education is required. Access to an extensive work placement is a must, as you will need to collect site evidence for each unit.
You will need to provide your own safety footwear and overalls.
Assessments are sub divided into two sections:
- Practical competences and skills
- Job knowledge questions and/or assignments
Students may wish to advance on to the NVQ Level 3.
An Interview will be required before enrolment on to this course to ensure you can cover the criteria of the course.
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