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Wall and Floor Tilers prepare walls and floors for tiling, apply adhesive and cut and position tiles. They work in domestic properties such as houses and flats, or in commercial premises such as supermarkets, offices and shopping centres.
Wall and Floor Tilers operate in domestic and commercial properties undertaking all types of wall and floor tiling. Premises include houses, schools, offices, airports hospitals, factories and construction sites. The is varied work; tilers utilise and install a wide range of ceramic and natural stone tiles using different techniques. Tilers work both internally and externally; they work individually and/or as part of a team. They have a good knowledge of tiles, backgrounds and ancillary products and understand and comply with statutory, safety and environmental requirements. They are good problem solvers and communicators and are able to interact effectively with colleagues, clients and associated trades. The tiler must also be able to interpret drawings and be able to extract relevant information to the task in hand. The tiler must be able to recognise and achieve high levels of quality in their finished work.
How will I learn?
Training is delivered throughout the apprenticeship to develop the required knowledge, skills and behaviours. During this time the apprentice must compile a portfolio which will be used to underpin the Professional Discussion assessment.
The portfolio must:
- Document off-the-job training that the apprentice has completed to demonstrate competence in the knowledge, skills and behaviours aligned to the Professional Discussion.
- Contain evidence demonstrating competence against the knowledge, skills and behaviours.
- Include a minimum of 30 individual pieces of evidence to demonstrate competence against one or more knowledge, skills and behaviours.
End Point Assessment
This should only start once the employer is satisfied that the apprentice is consistently working at or above the level set out in the occupational standard.
The End Point Assessment consists of the following three assessments
- knowledge test
- skills test
- professional discussion
Maths & English
Apprentices without Level 1 English and Maths will need to achieve this level and take the test for Level 2 English and Maths prior to taking the end point assessment.
Course information last updated: Monday 10th August 2020 @ 8.30am (23 hours ago)