First Steps in Successful Home Decoration Part 1

In Folkestone

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Folkestone

  • Duration

    5 Weeks

  • Start

    Different dates available

Description

In Part 1 of this beginner's course you will learn about: Preparation of ceilings and walls prior to decorating - Essential painting skills and tips for interior surfaces

Facilities

Location

Starts

Folkestone (Kent)
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Shorncliffe Road,, CT20 2TZ

Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings

To take into account

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Subjects

  • Decorating
  • Painting
  • Furniture Design
  • Materials
  • Fabric Design
  • Interior Fittings
  • Colour Schemes

Course programme



What will you be learning?
In Part 1 of this beginner's course you will learn about: - Preparation of ceilings and walls prior to decorating - Essential painting skills and tips for interior surfaces

What happens when you have finished?
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Where and when?
Option 1
Location: Folkestone

Start date: April

Duration: 5 weeks

How is it delivered?: Evening

Option 2
Location: Folkestone

Start date: September

Duration: 5 weeks

How is it delivered?: Evening

Option 3
Location: Folkestone

Start date: January

Duration: 5 weeks

How is it delivered?: Evening

How much will it cost?
Option 1
Tuition Fee: £126

Exam & Registration Fee: £24

Option 2
Tuition Fee: £133

Exam & Registration Fee: £26

Option 3
Tuition Fee: £133

Exam & Registration Fee: £26

You may not have to pay this tuition fee if:
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  • You are unemployed and in receipt of Jobseekers Allowance (contribution-based)
  • You are in receipt of, or are an un-waged dependent of someone currently in receipt of any of the following "income-based" benefits:
    • Income-based Jobseekers Allowance (JSA)
    • Income-related Employments and Support ALlowance (ESA)
    • Income Support
    • Working Tax Credit (your assessed household income needs to be less than 15,276 per year (amount subject to change)
    • Housing Benefit
    • Council Tax Benefit (excluding the 25% single person reduction)
    • Pension Credit - Guaranteed only

View our Money Matters page for full details and information about the financial support available, including Adult Learner Grants.

First Steps in Successful Home Decoration Part 1

Price on request