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Learning Painting at tertiary level is a good way for you to gain the entry-level skills you need to become a professional in the area. You will learn fundamental skills and techniques associated with processional painting. In addition, you will acquire planning and organisation skills, which will allow you to ensure that you provide a professional service that is completed on time. These courses are generally designed for those of you who have no work experience in Painting. Thus, they are ideal for learning the groundwork before you begin an apprenticeship. Painting courses involve a lot of hands-on learning.

It is reasonable to assume that a large part of your studies and assessment will be based on the practical application of the techniques that you have learned.

Topics you may cover include:

  • Health and safety
  • Surface preparation
  • Brush and roller techniques
  • Spray techniques
  • Scaffolding
  • Communication
  • Planning and organisation