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03/09/2019

Langley Blazes a Trail in Training!

As an Approved CITB Training Provider, we are delighted to announce that we can provide the Government Roofing Trailblazer Apprenticeship Diploma in partnership with Advance TECC. We are the only roofing systems provider to offer this type of training programme. 

Key facts about the course

Course duration: 18-24 months

Age limit: There is no age limit, but the apprentice must be employed to qualify.

Rebates are available from CITB of up to £8,500

Who is the course aimed at?

This course is aimed at installers who work on a building site, or in a domestic or commercial premises, installing waterproofing systems and related products, to both new or existing buildings. On completion, Langley Waterproofing Systems offers a ‘Waterproof Membranes Installer’ option.

What is covered in the course?

In this Apprenticeship waterproof membranes installers will be able to complete various tasks within the three following membranes:

  • Reinforced Bituminous Membranes
  • Liquid Roofing
  • Single ply Roofing

 

Limited places are available for the course starting mid-October!

If this course sounds of interest to you, register your interest to our Head of Training, Mark Dunn on 07813 916114 or email [email protected]

Further Information

Find out more about our roofing services by calling us on 01327 704778 or emailing us at [email protected]

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