Tiling has become a specialised job used worldwide in modern day architecture and construction. Floor and wall tiling involves laying various types of tiles including marble, ceramic and porcelain. The job locations range from bathrooms, kitchens, churches to swimming pools and hospitals. You will need to be flexible and willing to travel to different locations on a regular basis and enjoy meeting new people. You will need to be good with your hands and have a good eye for detail. You will also need to discuss various designs with clients or householders, so the ability to communicate well is important.
Depends on entry level and experience, the tutor will advise you after consultation. See admissions criteria for further details.
Prepare background surfaces for tiling
Set out walls and floors for tiles
Carry out repairs to tiled surfaces
Use a wide variety of tiles and mosaics
Position and finish wall and floor tiles
Use different types of tiling equipment
Health and Safety
Essential Skills in Communication, Application of Number and Information Technology. Applicants who have achieved GCSE English, Mathematics or IT at grades A-C, will be exempt from the equivalent essential skill.
1-4 years depending on how many levels you want to progress through
You may progress through the levels and then to higher education, alternatively you may go straight into employment or become self employed.
HOW TO APPLY
Apply now using our online application form!
028 3839 7850 or 0300 123 1223
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