Essential Site Skills for building services installers
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12 Monthly payment
Logic4training’s Essential Site Skills course for plumbing, heating and domestic electrical installers, covers a range of practical skills, such as correct use of power tools, tiling, plastering, carpentry and site safety.
The course is designed to give existing building services engineers a more rounded understanding of the works required to finish a job to a high standard, leading to greater customer satisfaction and less need to call in supporting trades people.
The essential site skills course will provide candidates with a broad range of practical skills, allowing them to complete a wider selection of the jobs that support building services installers’ core activities, many of which involve disruption to a property – such as removing floorboards, or damaging plasterwork.
The ideal add-on to Logic4training’s plumbing, gas and domestic electrical new entrants’ courses, successful candidates will be able to leave a job completed and take-on more of the repairs and decoration themselves.
The practical course takes five-days in total, with training conducted by experts in each specific skill in dedicated training bays.
The course is designed for installers who have completed or are currently undertaking Logic4training new entrant plumbing, gas or domestic electrical installer training. Discounts are available when booked in conjunction with these courses.
The course is also suitable for candidates who already have pre-existing Level 2 or 3 qualifications, such as Gas ACS, Level 2 Plumbing Diploma or Part P.
Practical skills, including:
- Safe site working (locating cables and pipes)
- Building Structures, materials, components & fixings.
- Building regulations (altering, drilling, and notching structural areas)
- Safe use of hand and power tools
- Essential wall fixing methods and materials
- Essential Carpentry (lifting floorboards, creating access hatches in floors and ceilings, drilling and notching timber joists)
- Chasing solid brick and block walls for pipes and cables, including making good.
- Plasterboard wall repair and access.
- Ceramic tile repair, cutting around electrical sockets and switches)
There is no formal assessment. On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Logic4training Certificate in Property Maintenance.