Drywall Finishing Materials
In this course, students will get complete knowledge of paper, gypsum, metal, screws, and plastic strips. They will begin to formulate a foundation for drywall framing and finishing. Students will learn how to tear out the existing drywall, plaster, or lath in a room and re-wall it. While applying such previously learned things as shop math, students will compound that learning by assessing drawing scales and dimensions. Students will also learn to use Drywall Panels, Construction adhesives, Mesh & Paper, Drywall Tape, Joint Compound, Drywall Screws, and many more!
Drywall Finishing Procedures
In this course, students will learn how to finish the drywall procedures. Students have to fix the problems with compound along with this; they have to meet the finished joint problems. The knowledge gained in this course will provide a taping and finishing process overview. Students will learn how to identify site conditions. PTTI ensures the students learn all the drywall services, including hand-finishing procedures and automatic taping and finishing procedures. It will also reinforce the knowledge to solve fastener problems and problems with the wallboard.
Drywall Assembly Components
In this course, students will learn the usage of drywall assembly components. In addition, the students will gain knowledge of the types of gypsum products. Finally, the knowledge gained in this Drywall Framing and Finishing Program will provide general information on Drywall Accessories. Students will learn the basics of Drywall Fasteners and different types of drywall framing equipment. The knowledge gained in this course will provide a safe working environment and ensure a solid foundation for the drywall technicians’ success in the workplace.
In this course, students will learn the importance of fastening schedules, principles of drywall and framing, as well as the tools used for drywall application. Also, the students will comprehend how to install the drywall properly. The knowledge gained in this course will provide great ideas for special drywall applications. Students will understand sound-isolation construction, which is crucial for this industry. Students will learn the differences between the six levels of finish established by industry standards. PTTI also help students to describe single-ply drywall application and list multi-ply drywall applications.
Rated vs. Nonrated Assemblies
In this course, students will learn about contrast-rated assemblies and nonrated assemblies. As one of the most critical parts of drywall jobs, students should know about the Single-Ply Application and Multi-Ply Application. Students will learn how to identify fire-rated walls and prioritize walls. In addition, students will train on calculating the quantity takeoff for proper drywall installation. They will learn how to troubleshoot and maintain drywall and ceiling components. This drywall and framing course will be valuable and necessary in any certified drywall career.
Estimating Drywall components
This course builds the core for estimating drywall and teaches students to experiment and gain expertise in the Drywall industry. Acquiring strengths in these skills will help students to succeed in their drywall and framing careers. Additionally, in this course, students will become proficient in the drywall tools necessary to perform and complete this process. They will also learn to use Drywall and Fasteners. Performing these tasks requires patience, steady hands, and adequate knowledge. However, to master the drywall repair ceiling operations, rigorous hands-on training and expert guidance are the most important.