Timber Take Offs

Short Course


 

Timber merchants are frequently asked to interpret plans and sketches for customers in order to provide quotes. This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills required to provide effective estimation advice to clients based on simple construction drawings. By attending this workshop, participants will confidently be able to provide accurate estimates in a timely manner leading to increased customer satisfaction, with the service provided and repeat business.

 

What you will Learn

  • How to interpret sketches and drawings
  • How to accurately “take off” measurements and quantities from drawings
  • How to advise key considerations when instructing customers
  • How to perform quantity and cost calculations
  • How to reduce errors at the design and quoting stage
  • How to maximise sales by identifying add-ons and ancillary items

A nationally recognised statement of attainment of competency in FWPCOT3214 Take Off Material Quantities, FWPCOT3204 Prepare Sketches and Drawings will be issued following successful completion if the assessment is undertaken.

 

NOW ONLINE

4 SESSIONS 8:30am – 1:00pm (QLD Local Time) – NEW DATES

Tuesday, 3 November 2020

Tuesday, 10 November 2020

Tuesday, 17 November 2020

Tuesday, 24 November 2020

*places are limited

 

Cost

Full Course only $650

10% discount for TABMA Member

5% discount for Hardware Australia Members

 

Book Now:

1300 693 483

info@tabmatraining.edu.au 

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