In this profession, everything revolves around the beautiful design of surfaces.
What does a Tiler do?
As a tiler, you lay tiles, slabs and mosaics as well as the well-known floor covering terrazzo and cover walls, floors and facades with them. You have a great deal of knowledge about the materials you work with. For example, you know how they react to other materials or how they behave in heat and cold. You install insulation and barrier layers so that nothing shifts. Tiles, slabs or mosaics are laid with mortar and special adhesives. You can be creative and creative in your work. As a tiler, you not only lay new coverings, you can also renew old and damaged coverings.
What is important?
- Diligence (e.g. when cutting and laying tiles).
- Spatial imagination (e.g. when drawing up laying plans)
- Good physical condition (e.g. working on your knees for long periods of time, lifting and carrying packages of tiles or bags of mortar)
- Creativity and sense of aesthetics (e.g. when creating mosaics)
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Courses for Tilers
The basic level is intended for people just starting out in their careers. Here you can acquire basic knowledge for your future profession in self-study units.
Waste management guide for Hard Floor installers
This course introduces you to the proper management of hard surface waste
Waste management guide for Soft floor installers
You will learn how to properly manage the waste that occurs with soft floor installers