Level 3 Award - Understanding the Repair & Maintenence of Traditional Pre1919 Buildings
2 day theory based course focusing on the repair of traditional buildings
Time & Location
20 Feb 2024, 09:00 – 21 Feb 2024, 17:00
The Wilderness Centre, Wysis Way, Plump Hill, Mitcheldean GL17, UK
About the Event
An accredited course aimed at anyone who working with traditional buildings. Using a combination of theory sessions, case studies and practical experiences, students will look at how and why traditional buildings should be maintained.
- Aging properties
- Understanding solid walled construction
- Traditional materials vs modern materials
- Regulations relating to listed properties
- PAS2035 - How this relates to older properties
- Increasing energy efficiency in older properites - insulation methods and materials
- Practical: Mixing a variety of lime plasters, application techniques, assessing older properites
The course will run over 2 days between 9am and 5pm. At the end of day 2, students will take a formal assessment consisting of 30 multiply choice questions where 23 are required to pass.
Included in the Cost
All students will be provided with a printed copy of the course handbook which details everything required to pass the exam. On completion students will have the option of joining the carringtonLIME Student Forum in which they can gain ongoing support in their careers.
Thanks to funding by the Government, we are able to offer this course at just £130 (normal cost £325). To be eligible for a funded place, students need to live in England and be either currently working in the retrofit industry, or intending to start a career in retrofit. To find out if you are eligble, register your interest below.
To find out more register your interest below. You will be contacted within 48hours to book your place on the course.