Victorian and Mosaic Tiling Training Courses

Mosaic Tiling

The Victorian and mosaic tiling course are perhaps the most aesthetically satisfying of all tiling courses, mainly because they are usually the focal point of a room or space; areas that are meant to be seen and admired. Soon after you’ve repaired or installed a new tiling work, you get to sit back and enjoy your professional handiwork.

Restoration of Victorian tile installations is a specialist skill and so is being able to install a new Victorian style tiling project. Mosaic tile installation is also a specialist style, but with an infinite number of decorative designs, finishes and styles.

While these two types of designs don’t necessarily go hand in hand, they do for the most part use the same techniques, tools and approach. Some training providers will offer only mosaic tiling while others offer both Victorian and mosaic tiling as part of a two-part programme.

Most learning providers will provide tools and materials but you will be required to wear suitable clothing and protective footwear (preferably steel toed), which is compulsory.

Who is the victorian & mosaic tiling course aimed at?

The Victorian and mosaic tiling course is ideal for anyone who is involved in tiling an area of space inside a residential or commercial Victorian building or will be working on a repairing or creating a new mosaic tile installation. It is suitable for both novice tilers and those who have never attempted tiling before.

It is also great for interior designers who need to understand this type of work in order to understand how to incorporate Victorian style tiling and mosaic style tiling into their designs as well as do costing for materials and labour to commission a specialist tiling professional.

The Victorian and mosaic tiling courses are described below:

Victorian and mosaic tiling course content

  • Introduction to Victorian tile design
  • Floor levelling
  • Tile cutting
  • Selecting the right tiles for Victorian inspired designs
  • Calculating tile quantities
  • Planning your floor
  • Preparing the surface
  • Installation of your tiles
  • Adhesives
  • Sealing
  • Cleaning
  • Grouting
  • Prepare your surfaces
  • Cutting your tiles

After completing the victorian and mosaic tiling course

If you feel you need to learn more about tiling and perhaps move further on and become a qualified tiler, take a look at the other tiling courses.

Available tiling courses

  • Tiling DIY
  • Tiling Advanced
  • Tiling Level 2
  • Tiling Level 3
  • Tanking and Floor Screeding
  • Natural Stone Tiling

Visit our training course directory and find out more details about enrolling onto tiling courses available with leading fitness course providers.

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