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About Us

Specific skills covered in our Workshops:


- Training by accredited and competent facilitators and assessors

- Skills assessment and training of maintenance staff

- An interactive and exciting way to engage with waterproofing and roofing

- An opportunity to certify waterproofing applicators by offering skills training

- Optimizing of applicator skills and workplace training opportunities

- Recognition of prior learning

Who is training suitable for?

OSBP Training is designed to be user-friendly and understandable to all in the building industry. This includes applicators, contractors, architects, facilities managers and business owners.

  • Heat-fused Waterproofing
  • Unit Standard: 262665

Duration: Ongoing training (Takes approximately 12 months to complete)


Course Outline:
Training on all there is to know about heat-fused waterproofing systems. This practical course involves testing the applicant’s skills in addressing waterproofing details against unit standard 262665. Applicators are registered through RAWI and various TVET Colleges. Certificates are released after skills outcomes and competence levels are derived.


Break-Down of Unit Standard 262665:
- SO1: Demonstrate Understanding of Heat-Fused Waterproofing System
Includes: Substrate inspection, installation of coves to vertical and horizontal junctions, cutting and measuring torch-on (with minimum wastage), applying counter flashings, checking screed to falls and product selection.
- SO2: Prepare to install heat-fused waterproofing system on above ground (horizontal surfaces) and below ground (vertical surfaces)
Includes: Surface preparation and parapet flashings
- SO3:  Install heat-fused waterproofing system above ground (horizontal surfaces)
Includes: Producing bitumen bleed on overlaps, termination around vents, full-bore, side outlets and drip ends, installing gussets and installing Z flashings
- SO4: Install heat-fused waterproofing system below ground (vertical surfaces)
Includes: producing bitumen bleed on overlaps and  installing gussets

Minimum requirements:
Employment in the industry preferable
Must bring own tools and materials (when required)


  • Termination SKills Training (Elementary)

  • Modular Based Training

Duration: 4 Days (32 Hours)


Course Outline:  Four days of training, education and practical work on metal sheeting, cementitious and liquid applications, gussets, counter-flashings and screed to falls at an elementary to intermediate level.


This includes, but is no limited to:
DAY ONE AND TWO – Training options,’ toolbox talks’, site briefing, site safety, slopes and outlets, selection of materials, gussets, heat-fused membrane (torch-on), flashings, coves and screeds.
DAY TWO AND THREE – Metal sheeting, cementitious and liquid applications

Minimum requirements:
Employment in industry preferable
Must bring own tools and materials (when required)

  • Termination SKills Training (advanced)

  • Modular Based Training

Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)


Course Outline:  Two days of training, education and practical work on metal sheeting, cementitious and liquid applications, gussets, counter-flashings and screed to falls at an advanced level.


This includes, but is no limited to:
DAY ONE–   Training options,’ toolbox talks’, site briefing, site safety, slopes and outlets, selection of materials, gussets, heat-fused membrane (torch-on), flashings, coves and screeds
DAY TWO – Product selection, acrylic systems, bitumen emulsions, heat-fused membranes, self-adhesive membranes, synthetics, maltic asphalt, metal sheeting, cementitious and liquid applications.

Minimum requirements:
Employment in the industry preferable
Must bring own tools and materials (when required)

  • Skills Profiling

  • Unit Standard: 262665

Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)


Course Outline: Recognition of prior learning and assessment against Unit Standard 262665 to produce a skills certificate for the industry.


Break-Down of Unit Standard 262665:
SO1: Demonstrate Understanding of Heat-Fused Waterproofing System
Includes: Substrate inspection, installation of coves to vertical and horizontal junctions, cutting and measuring torch-on (with minimum wastage), applying counter flashings, checking screed to falls and product selection.


SO2: Prepare to install heat-fused waterproofing system on above ground (horizontal surfaces) and below ground (vertical surfaces)
Includes: Surface preparation and parapet flashings


SO3:  Install heat-fused waterproofing system above ground (horizontal surfaces)
Includes: Producing bitumen bleed on overlaps, termination around vents, full-bore, side outlets and drip ends, installing gussets and installing Z flashings


SO4: Install heat-fused waterproofing system below ground (vertical surfaces)
Includes: producing bitumen bleed on overlaps and installing gussets

Minimum requirements:
- Must be employed in the industry for a minimum of 3 years
- Must engage with waterproofing on a daily basis
- Must understand elementary waterproofing
- Must bring own tools and materials (when required)
- Must have Gr9 Maths (report/certificate required)
- Must understand elementary English

  • Manufacturer workshops

  • Unit Standard: N/A

Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)

Duration: As per manufacturer’s request
Course Outline: Workshops held in partnership with industry-leading manufacturers and suppliers, to provide in-depth knowledge of specific products and manufacturer specifications . Content varies based on manufacturer’s products.
Requirements:
Employment in industry preferable
Must bring own tools and materials (when required)

  • Pitched Roofing

  • To be announced