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Graffiti Removal Training Course

Hands-on course at the UKs only
dedicated graffiti removal training centre

Next course dates are:
Tuesday 19th June 2012 - 9.30am to 5.00pm
Tuesday 17th July 2012 - 9.30am to 5.00pm
Tuesday 18th September 2012 - 9.30am to 5.00pm
Tuesday 16th October 2012 - 9.30am to 5.00pm
Tuesday 13th November 2012 - 9.30am to 5.00pm
Tuesday 11th December 2012 - 9.30am to 5.00pm

 

 

Practical Graffiti Removal

1 day - Price 275 plus Vat

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive training programme for graffiti removal operatives. The course includes extensive hands on practical sessions to enable all graffiti removal tasks to be handled safely and with confidence.

It includes Health and Safety, Personal Protection Equipment, graffiti removal chemicals and equipment, COSHH assessment, risk assessment and graffiti removal techniques from each type of surface.

A certificate is given to those that complete the course. Each delegate will return from this training able to clear graffiti from all surfaces safely and without damaging the underlying surface

You can view and save the Training Course brochure or booking form using Adobe Acrobat (pdf)

 

Who should attend the course:Employees new to graffiti removal.Those who want to improve and learn new skills.Administration and management staff wanting a better understanding of graffiti removal.

The course is held every month and can form an important element of induction training programmes for new staff.

Employees will learn valuable skills allowing them to contribute more to a company or organisation and will provide greater personal satisfaction. The course will help employers meet their obligations to staff development and to improve and reinforce Health and Safety.

Course contentIntroductionPersonal Protection EquipmentRemoval of graffiti from a brick wallSelecting a pressure washerUsing a gun with a variable pressure controlRemoving ghosting from a brick wallExtending the life of brushesRemoval of graffiti from wooden fencesRemoving graffiti stains from brickwork pointingRemoving graffiti from pebble dashingRemoval of thick painted graffiti and paint spillsPotential problems when removing graffiti from porous surfacesWater and fuel supplieGraffiti Management and Risk AssessmentGraffiti removal from painted surfacesDamage caused by the use of scouring padsRemoving leather dye and stubborn marker pen graffitiRemoving graffiti from signsRemoving graffiti from polycarbonate surfacesRemoving graffiti from other non-porous surfacesGraffiti Removal and COSHHPermanent and Sacrificial anti-graffiti coatingsApplication and cleaning of Permanent CoatingsApplication and cleaning of Sacrificial CoatingsPainting over graffitiAvoiding a coloured patchworkMatching coloursSafety & environmental aspects of graffiti removal products

 

 


Practicing techniques for the removal of graffiti from sensitive surfaces


Practicing graffiti removal from walls and fences

TESTIMONIALS

"Just wanted to say what a great time we had. We were made to feel very welcome from the moment we arrived and the facilities were excellent. I personally found you all to be very friendly and approachable. The course itself was first rate, very informative and explained really well, well worth the money."

Robert, Grime Blasters
Ltd, Cardiff

"Very well run, information at appropriate level and trainers very personable and knowledgeable"

Sharon, Winchester City Council


"Excellent course - I would recommend it to anyone."

Stephen, Sparklin Facilities Management, Gloucester


"Very helpful and will keep us ahead of the competition."

Alastair, Hydroexcel, Northumberland


"Hi guys, just wanted to say how good I thought your course was today. Its a plesent change to attend a training course that really fills the day with learning new skills without having to listen to the instructor tell tails about their holidays or love life to pass the time until the end of the day. As an estate warden for a housing association the skills I have learned today will not only save my employers (and residents) money on employing outside contractors, but also improve public services by reducing the time it takes us to deal with the problem of graffiti in areas of social housing"

Jeff, Drum Housing Association, South East England


"A very good course all round."

Richard, Arrow Clear Limited,
County Meath, Ireland


"Being able to try out the equipment instead of just watching was very helpful."

Martin, Outdoor Restore, Daventry


"I would recommend the course to others."

Thomas, DriveJet UK Limited


Included in the price:
Overalls and all personal protective equipment except footwear - delegates need to provide their own steel toe-capped shoes or boots.
Morning and afternoon refreshments
Buffet lunch
Parking

Not included:
Travel and accommodation
Footwear

Prices are per delegate and exclude Vat.

 

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GraffitiHotline Training
and Development Centre

Dean Hill Park, West Dean, Salisbury, Hampshire, SP5 1EZ

How to find us

Dean Hill enjoys excellent train services from Dean Station, a short walk from the site, to both Southampton to the south and Salisbury and Bristol to the north, with connections to London (Waterloo) taking less than two hours.

The main A36 Salisbury-Southampton road is some 4 miles to the west and the A30 Salisbury-London about 8 miles to the north.

From the A303: head south to Broughton on the B3084. One mile south of Broughton turn right signposted Lockerley, continue 1-1/2 miles and turn left at the T-junction. After 2 miles turn right to West Dean. Dean Hill Park is on the left after 1 1/2 miles.

From Salisbury: leave Salisbury on the A36 traveling south to the first junction signed West Grimstead, continue through West Grimstead bearing right at the T-junction after 3 miles. At West Dean, turn right before the river and continue one third of a mile. Dean Hill Park is on the right.

From Dean railway station (on foot): Turn left on leaving the railway station. After 100m cross a river bridge and turn left signposted East Dean. Dean Hill Park will be found on the right after one third of a mile.