BAL has relaunched its intensive five day wall and floor tiling course. Held at BAL’s Innovation and Technology Centre, the course combines modern training techniques including presentations, workshops, and demonstrations, as well as ‘hands on’ practical work.
Dave Rowley, BAL Training Manager, said: “At BAL we believe that quality workmanship is just as important as high quality products. Our five day wall and floor tiling was always a popular course so following a number of requests specifically tilers and tiling contractors we have decided to relaunch and bring this course up-to-date with modern standards, products and techniques. This course is great for tilers of any experience, from apprentices starting out in their careers, to experienced tilers looking to refresh their knowledge and skills.”
The five day course provides delegates with the skills and knowledge to use and mix professional adhesives and grouts onto realistic backgrounds. Attendees develop a full understanding of floor and wall backgrounds, and practice in the use of setting out, tile fixing, tile cutting, and tile trims.
Throughout the five days they will also develop an appreciation of the application and use of all types of adhesives and grouts, including epoxies and movement joints, both profile and sealants.
The five day course costs £300. As well as practical training, the course also includes a tour of BAL’s manufacturing facilities, R&D and Quality Control laboratories.
On completion of the course, delegates will receive a BAL Certificate of Attendance, literature and BAL products.
BAL training courses are endorsed by The Tile Association and The Construction Industry Training Board.
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