Access floorers install raised floor systems. This can include just about any project that requires raised floorings – from houses to nightclubs to airports.
- Working alongside contractors and other construction workers
- Providing solutions and strategies to clients
- Interpreting drawings
- Cleaning areas where flooring will be installed
- Gluing and nailing floor coverings into place
- Using specialist tools and access flooring techniques
- Visiting and assessing potential new projects
- Many access floorers work around 40 hours a week, which could also involve evenings and weekends.
- Newly trained access floorers can earn in the region of £19,000 - £25,000
- Trained with experience access floorers can earn in the region of £25,000 - £30,000
Qualifications & TrainingThere are no formal academic qualifications necessary to become an access floorer, though it is generally recommended to achieve a GCSE in mathematics and English at grade 4 (C) or above – Standard Grades, National 4/5s. However, there are some vocational qualifications that can help you gain a job as an access floorer. These include Level 2 SVQ/NVQ Diploma in Interior Systems (Access Flooring) which contains units in:
- Installing raised access flooring systems in the workplace
- Removing and relocating raised access flooring systems in the workplace
Access floorers install raised floor systems. This can include just about any project that requires raised floorings – from houses to nightclubs…