The holder of the “Maintenance Techniques for Ecclesiastical Structures” certification is defined as the person who demonstrates the theoretical knowledge necessary to carry out the following indicative tasks related to the maintenance of ecclesiastical structures:
Possible job duties include:
- Execution of various repairs, improvements, restorations, modifications and in general building and small-scale building works, in ecclesiastical structures.
- Small-scale general work for the maintenance of ecclesiastical building facilities, including construction, roofing, painting, plastering and other related services.
- Small-scale installation and maintenance of office equipment and furniture (seats, benches, benches, candle holders, etc.)
- Supporting manual tasks (eg assembly of simple constructions).
- Installation of warning signs (eg signs) for passers-by
- Marble waterproofing and cleaning works.
- Restoration and maintenance of joints, coatings and investments.
- Assisting in the placement and transportation of temporary structures (e.g. scaffolding)
- Implementation of restoration, reinforcement and maintenance of wooden constructions of floors, masonry, roofs, studs, frames (in small-scale projects).
Conditions for taking the certification test:
- Graduate of at least optional secondary education, as applicable in his/her country of origin or residence or
- Graduate of compulsory education, as applicable in his/her country of origin or residence and completion of a training program of at least 40 hours duration, in a related subject.