Interior Systems: Drylining Finishing / Taping and Filling: An introduction
Course type:Business development
Faculty:Faculty of Construction
The programme requires the candidate to use a range of tools, materials and equipment whilst undertaking a range of tasks associated with preparation, cutting, fixing and mitring to a range of background surfaces.Programme Content
- Introduction to basic tools, equipment and background preparation
- Types of joints/mitres
- Materials types and uses
- Methods of fixing
- Repairs and remediation
- Safe working practices
The programme integrates all the above fundamentals of coving techniques and remediation throughtout a range of practical tasks including the applications of fixing and finishing coving to wall/ceiling intersection including fixing around services (pipe chase). General examples include:
- Setting out and fixing - straight lengths, internal/external angles
- Mitring to but/scarf joints, internal/external angles, returned mitres
- Repairs to straight length and mitre intersections
- Preparing coving for painting
Duration: The programme will be delivered over 6 hours (2 x 3 hours) with attendance patterns either; one day or two half days delivery to meet the needs of the clients.
Fees: £ 100
Candidates who achieve this programme should feel confident in progressing to more advanced joint finishing programme, where the range and level of work will be wider and more intricate.
This programme is suitable for candidates who have limited or no knowledge in fixing/mitring plasterboard coving.