1. Want to see how the new TPF works? Click here or you can drop me an email danny@plasterersforum.com
    Dismiss Notice
  2. The Plasterers Forum has now made it even easier to share photos and videos than ever before Click Here To Learn How
    Dismiss Notice
  3. TPF is the biggest plastering community and resource on internet... we are still growing.... we are nearly 10 years old so we are here for a long time yet...
    Dismiss Notice
  4. The Plasterers Forum is growing but we need your help to keep it growing.... Introduce yourself and say hello get involved... they dont bite :-)
    Dismiss Notice
  5. The Plasterers Forum is very busy!! ...25% up on last year!! Be a part of the biggest plastering community
    Dismiss Notice
  6. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.
    Dismiss Notice

Looking for a Plastering/Tilling course in the NorthWest?

Discussion in 'Plastering Courses And Plastering Training Schools' started by Andy2014, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. GaMo

    GaMo Member

    Hi Andy, you should look into painting mate.
     
  2. thebeast

    thebeast New Member

    How much do you get being a painter?
     
  3. thebeast

    thebeast New Member

    Do you know any decent plastering course in Manchester?
     
  4. SpankySouthport

    SpankySouthport Private Member

    • Funny Funny x 1
  5. GaMo

    GaMo Member

    Depends on what you do and who you work with. If you learn how to wallpaper and you can work at a decent pace then you can expect to be earning around £100 per day (maybe more)
     
  6. Jack boyes

    Jack boyes New Member

    Diy school in Stockport I did a course there tools provided £1600 nvqlvl2 equivalent
     
  7. Lodan

    Lodan Private Member

    They called their centre DIY school and then offered nvq's?
     
  8. Maester

    Maester Active Member

    Nvq equivalent
     
  9. Jack boyes

    Jack boyes New Member

    thats what they said they said covered all basics of nvq lvl 2 but iv learnt more on the job then I did there wasnt really the best of courses
     

Share This Page