Brand new spraying courses opening in Shropshire

Shropshire spraying training academy


We have been overwhelmed by the positive feedback we’ve had after announcing the opening of our second Training Academy for decorators in Whitchurch, Shropshire where we will be teaching spraying courses. Courses will include beginners airless and woodwork, kitchens and furniture spraying and UPVC spraying.

Our promise to you is that on our course you will be spraying all day, so that you’ll leave feeling confident and inspired to start booking jobs in. The support continues after the course, you can get in touch with your trainer to ask questions and you’ll join a community of students on Facebook where you can post questions and get real time answers. You’ll also receive special discounts and deals on spraying equipment and supplies through our online store We’ll also help you to market your company. Our mission is to stay with you throughout your spraying journey and to support you in your growth.

Our courses have been running in Wiltshire for over 3 years now and we will now be opening our new Academy in Shropshire. The courses will be run by spraying expert Paul Donnelly. Paul has over 25 years’ worth of experience in decorating and spraying. Since adding spraying to his list of services Paul has noticed his company grow drastically and would like to help other decorators do the same.

Spraying has completely changed our career and the way we run our business. We’ve watched all of our students thrive after the courses and go on to expand their businesses and triple their income. So if you’re looking to learn how to spray and you’re just starting out, or you’ve been spraying for a while but want to add to your services then choose to learn with us at The Abode Decorating Training Academy. We promise you’ll leave feeling confident, supported and excited to start booking those spraying jobs in and expanding your business.

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