This programme will be delivered at South West College and will provide an introduction and increased awareness of the methods and materials utilised to sympathetically repair and maintain traditional pre-
1919 buildings. The programme will conclude with a progression workshop where participants will find out about additional training and development opportunities which exist, such as the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Heritage Skills (Construction).
What You Learn
The importance of repairing and maintaining traditional pre-1919 buildings.
Understanding legislation and official guidance relating to same
Understand the importance of using traditional building methods and materials when carrying out repair and maintenance work
Gain an understanding of how to carry out these repairs and maintenance work and how to maintain safe work practices when carrying out his work
There will be three separate delivery dates for these courses. Each course will take place over 2 days and will be facilitated by a full-time tutor and supported by a craftsperson demonstration
The course will you give opportunity to complete the certificate to increase awareness of methods and materials best suited to the repair and maintenance of pre-1919 building stock. Applications are welcome from those with a background in architecture, surveying,
mainstream trades, construction contractors, manufacturers and suppliers or DIY enthusiasts.
- 14th & 21st January 2022
- 4th & 11th February 2022
- 11th & 25th March 2022
2 Day Course
To register for this course please email Robert Fitzpatrick, Heritage Skills Co-ordinator
Course funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund
Limited to 60 places