PAINTING & DRYWALL INSTALLATION AND REPAIR TRAINING PROGRAM
Skill Building Handyman Training Program
This is an eight-week skill building training program that supports the student in becoming a professional in the area of drywall installation and repair and painting. These are two skills that are complementary and support each other for students that are seeking employment and trying to market their skills as a professional handyman.
PAINTING & DRYWALL TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW
Andre’ F. Knight (Master Instructor) is an experienced handyman with 30 years of experience. He is the owner of several businesses including Good Hands Handyman where he is sought out to do a variety of jobs from painting to modifications and remodeling. His work through his non-profit supports the communities where he has developed partnership with organizations and churches to provide materials to the community to provide “Do It Yourself” (DIY) projects. The focus is on low income families, seniors and disabled persons.
8-WEEKS – MEETING 8 HOURS A DAY EACH WEEK FOR FIVE DAYS
DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM:
This is a eight-week training program that is designed to focus on particular skills, painting and drywall. The skill being trained in this course is Painting, Drywall Installation and Repair. During this training, we plan to do the following:
TEACH THE SKILLS NEEDED BY A HANDS-ON TECHNIQUE
LEARN HOW TO PRICE JOBS
SET THE STUDENTS UP WITH THEIR OWN BUSINESS
OVERVIEW OF PROGRAM:
Prospective students are required to pay no application fee along with the tuition for this class which is $4167.00. Persons completing this program will receive a Certificate in Painting, Drywall Repair and Installation. If the student chooses to continue in the Residential Handyman Certificate program they will only need to take the 7 additional programs and this class will be applied to the program. The certification does not qualify the student to work as a registered or licensed contractor. Handymen don’t need to have a license in the State of Georgia to do work in these fields.
OBJECTIVES OF THIS COURSE:
This is a skill-based training program that teaches the skills needed to be a professional painter and drywaller, more specific drywall repair and installer and painter. Students will be able to identify the tools required for these trades, learn how to effectively use them, set up for jobs, clean up and learn how to get leads and estimate a job. This is a hands-on training and some homework will be provided. Once in the classroom lab, the information will be reinforced by the student either by examples and demonstration as well as many opportunities to practicing the skills.
The lab is the classroom for the students. It is designed to be a real-life situation that the student will have to encounter when working. It is there, that the students will spend time developing and mastering the skills that have been introduced. To that end, we have designed our programs to a learner experience which allow the student the opportunity to practice and develop their skills under supervision. Although that is our focus, students will be exposed to a variety of different learning styles throughout of the program. Most of the training will take place by the students carrying out techniques in the lab rather than the student sitting and listening to a lecture. The ultimate goal is to teach the students in a way that they can master the techniques by hands on experiences.
Our goal is the provide students all of the skills needed to be a Residential Handyman. With this being the students first class. Students will be given a variety of tasks and required to demonstrate their knowledge to successfully complete the training. These task needs to be performed successfully to meet the requirements of the program. Once the student successfully completes the program they will have the skills to work as a professional that can install and repair drywall and provide a professional paint job for their customers.
Completion of this course will prepare the student for working in the residential area and give them the skills needed to start and complete professional work in the areas of painting and drywall. Successful students that completes the program will receive a certificate indicating that they have successfully completed the program and that they have learned the skill of a professional painter and drywall repair and installer. The certification does not qualify the student to work as a registered or licensed contractor. A Painter or Drywaller do not need to have a license to do work in these fields.
Painting, Drywall Repair and Installation is just one program that we offer to our students. Our goal is to have students complete our Residential Handyman Certificate Program (please see Residential Handyman Certificate Program for additional Information) which will give them a variety of skills and make them more marketable.
OVERVIEW OF CLASSES:
This course, and all of our classes, are developed to provide students with “Hands On” experience. This approach provides the students with the opportunity to learn by practicing the skill being taught until they master it under a qualified instructor. The ultimate goal is to prepare the student in a way that they would master the techniques using a hands-on process and provide them with the experience which will help the student with job placement or start their own business.
Painting, Drywall Repair and Installation is a course that we offer to our students. It is a skill building training program that supports the student in becoming a professional in the area of Painting and drywall installation and repair. These are two skills that are complementary and support each other for students that are seeking employment and trying to market their skills.
Painting, Drywall Repair and Installation course supports the student in being a professional in the area of drywall installation and repair and painting. These are two skills that are complementary and support each other for students that are seeking employment and trying to market their skills.
A syllabus will be provided outlying course work and assignments at the first class. Each week of training will conclude with a task that will be graded to determine if the student has met the requirement at a successful standard. Also the students are required to do off campus assignments in the communities.