Apply by: 29 April 2019
Start date: 7 May 2019
Salary: £200 p/week
Dry liners build the internal walls in houses, offices and shops, using plasterboard panels. They might also install removable wall partitions, suspended ceilings and raised flooring.
Individuals wishing to become Dry Liners do not need to have any formal qualifications or training, although they are likely to be beneficial.
Prospective Dry Liners should have good practical skills, be able to read diagrams and technical drawings and a good level of fitness.
Dry Liners build internal walls in residential and commercial structures. They use plasterboard panels to reduce cost and weight and also to make the walls easier to move or remove.
As a dry liner, your work would involve a ‘fixing’ stage, followed by a ‘finishing’ stage.
At the ‘fixing’ stage, you would:
You would then ‘finish’ the walls by:
Dry lining methods are used to hide wiring or pipes, improve a room’s acoustics, and provide a cavity space for insulation or to smooth out uneven walls during renovation work. This role could be combined with traditional plastering or other types of work, for example sectioning off areas in open-plan offices.
You will work on site for four days per week and attend college for one day a week. Most site hours are Monday to Friday, 08.00-17.00.
K10 will enrol and fund your qualifications through a SFA funded training provider.
Apprentices need to have at least Entry Level 3 in Functional skills or GSCE grade G or above in English, Maths and ICT. It will be an advantage if you have previous related work experience, interior systems or multi-skills qualifications, CSCS and/or PASMA.