Goldtrowel are the UKs No.1 private construction training provider, we have been training and assessing trowel occupations for over 20 years.
Choosing Goldtrowel training courses ensure that you get what you pay for! Intense full on practical training for whatever course you choose, all of our training courses are designed to teach you the skills of the trade, our training centre has numerous buildings, all specifically built for that trade making the learning experience as close to real life as possible, resulting in you having the appropriate skills and knowledge to complete the job to a professional standard.
Our History: Back in 1999, we initially begun teaching solid plastering, fibrous plastering and traditional sand & cement rendering. Within a few of years, we quickly extended our training courses into other trades, including, wall and floor tiling, bricklaying, venetian marble plastering, thin coat renders, scratch back renders, and more recently block paving.
We also recognised the need for formal qualifications, back then the most recognised qualification was City & Guilds, this qualification is still the best training qualification available. These qualifications are assessed in the training environment, where as NVQ offer the best site based qualifications, which are only awarded after you can prove your competence and ability completing paid real work. These NVQ qualifications are also the only qualifications that will allow you to obtain your skilled CSCS card, we are proud to boast full claim status by top awarding bodies - CSkills / N.O.C.N, City and Guilds and National Open College Network - West Midlands.
Goldtrowel are located just outside Romford in Essex, we enjoy a semi rural location, allowing extensive free parking. Our postcode is RM4 1JU.
We are just a couple of miles from junction 28 of the M25 (also easily accessible from junctions 26 and 27). Public transport is available, there are good links direct from London (Liverpool St and Stratford). Our nearest train station is Harold Wood (ZONE 6) part of the TfL rail network, and the nearest underground station is Newbury Park.