An Introduction to Lime Plastering
Led by expert tutors, this 2-day course presented by SPAB, in association with the National Trust, provides a practical introduction to traditional lime plaster and plastering techniques.
- Booking essential
Led by Sean Wheatley and Michal Wolf, both expert plasterers with extensive site experience, this two-day course provides a practical introduction to the use of traditional lime plaster and plastering techniques.
Participants will gain an understanding of the preparation and application of traditional lime-based plaster, and benefit from a hands-on opportunity to practice applying lime plaster to a range of surfaces - lath, masonry and modern substrates - with expert guidance.
The course will appeal to trainee and experienced craftspeople alike, as well as to others looking to develop their practical skills, and specifiers wishing to develop or enhance their understanding of traditional lime-based materials.
This course is ideal for participants with some practical skills or plastering experience who wish to develop or enhance their understanding of traditional lime-based materials. Trainees in plastering, and experienced plasterers looking to broaden their existing skills or to begin working with lime, will particularly benefit.
The SPAB is an IHBC recognised CPD provider and attendance certificates for CPD are available on request.
This a is a two-day course. Refreshments and lunch are provided. Accommodation is not included. Spaces are limited to allow for small group learning.
- bursary place £90.00
- per person £490.00
- Booking details
- Call 020 7377 1644
- To book, go to www.spab.org.uk and head to the 'What's On' page.
- Meeting point
- The Buscot and Coleshill Estate