Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Painting and Plastering)

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With this pre-trade qualification, you’ll be introduced to preliminary painting and plastering skills, including the requirements for workplace health and safety. You’ll also get to put your new skills to the test in a relevant project using real world product and project specifications.

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15 Weeks

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With this pre-trade qualification, you’ll be introduced to preliminary painting and plastering skills, including the requirements for workplace health and safety. You’ll also get to put your new skills to the test in a relevant project using real world product and project specifications.

  • New Plymouth Branch

    20 Bell Street, New Plymouth

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