The current boom in residential housing construction means waterproofing skills are highly regarded.
However, it is not mandatory that registered building practitioners have a formal professional qualification in waterproofing; indeed, insurance companies are paying out millions of dollars for remedial work to buildings caused by the ingress of water into buildings resulting in substantial damage to the property.
Melbourne Polytechnic Construction Waterproofing teacher Roeland Trietsch said there had been a continual problem with the correct procedure in the installation of waterproofing for shower and bath facilities and the new course was designed as skills gap training to meet the need in the building industry.
Melbourne Polytechnic can provide you with the skills you need to ensure you know the correct procedures to improve your opportunities in the industry through our Certificate III in Construction Waterproofing.
Build your waterproofing career
Through our comprehensive teaching strategies you will confidently put your new skills into practice in any domestic or commercial building site.
You will gain essential skills and knowledge in:
- measurements and calculations
- reading and interpreting plans and specifications
- applying basic levelling procedures
- preparing surfaces for waterproofing application
- handling waterproofing materials
- using waterproofing tools and equipment
- applying the waterproofing process to internal and external wet areas
- applying the waterproofing process to below ground areas
- applying waterproofing remedial processes
For more information...
Please go to our course information page here, or contact one of our Education and Careers Advisors on 03 9269 8400 and email Âua.1529341154ude.c1529341154inhce1529341154tylop1529341154enruo1529341154blem@1529341154sesru1529341154oc1529341154
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