Lead Bossing - 5 & 6 February
This course is designed for those with little or no experience of working with lead sheet. This course is mainly practical and gives an introduction to the skills required for working with lead sheet and will allow candidates to develop competence in Bossing lead sheet, to include positional and non-positional welding techniques. Correct setting up and shutting down of the oxy-acetylene equipment.
Aspects of health and safety.
A certificate of attendance is issued by Lead Sheet Association
Venues, Dates and Start times
- SERS Unit
3a Gallagher Retail Park
- 5 & 6 February
- 9 am to 5 pm
Who should attend
While there are no special entry requirements this course would be useful for roofing and general building contractors who want to become more skilled in the prefabrication and installation of typical lead flashing details.
The first formal hands on training experience in using lead comes in the form of the basic bossing and welding courses. Bossing and Welding are two most common skills used by today’s leadworkers and these courses provide a starting point for learning these essential foundations of leadwork practice.
This course combines the two main working techniques into a concentrated training programme and will include safe working methods for the product.
On completion of the course delegates should know the health and safety procedures for working with lead sheet and be able to form leadwork details by bossing and welding techniques.
Number of participants minimum and maximum
Lead Sheet Association / WNRTG
This course is free for eligible individuals and companies working in construction and its supply network.
CITB registered companies may be eligible for grant aid