Training and education

Our range of roofing, construction related training and online courses are designed to make it as simple as possible for employers to attain the necessary skill levels and knowledge for their workers.

LRWA offer both experienced skilled installers and trainees a route to get their Level 2 NVQ qualification in Liquid Roofing.  An experienced worker route would be via an Onsite Assessment and Training (OSAT) and a trainee route would be via a Specialist Applied-skills Programme (SAP) which is our sector’s equivalent to an apprenticeship. Both of these routes are either part funded or fully funded by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) if your employer is a levy payer.

We can also, via our manufacturer members, signpost those who do not require a qualification but would like product training on various liquid applied membranes to further information. 

Experienced worker training

Liquid roofing trainee

Manufacturer product training

Training funding

The construction industry is becoming increasingly committed to maintaining and developing the skills and knowledge of employees, whether it’s keeping them up to date with changes, improving current skillsets or learning new skills.

CPD plays a vital part in the construction industry as it allows professionals to keep up with the ever-changing acceleration of technology, regulations, procurement practices, specialisms and integration of the supply chain.

The LRWA Online Training Academy was launched to enable specialist more theory based learning for a wide audience. The first of which was the ‘Foundation in Liquid Applied Flat Roofing’ which provides a broad overview of our sector for all those who work in it, at any level.

Our courses have CPD accreditation meaning that it has been benchmarked as training to the highest recognised industry standards.


Beginning on August 24, 2023, all professionals and industrial users must complete a training before using products containing Diisocyanates, which includes polyurethanes, polyureas, primers, adhesives and sealants.

The REACH restriction requires that workers handling diisocyanates complete trainings depending on their uses. The regulation defines 3 level of trainings, Basic Training (Level I), Intermediate Training (Level II) and Advanced Training (Level III). The content of the trainings has been developed by experts in the field of EHS. This matrix will help you to select the right training course.

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LRWA Board Meeting
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LRWA Members Meeting & AGM
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LRWA Technical Meeting (online)

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