Dunlop launches search for Multi-Skill Champion 2016

Dunlop launches search for Multi-Skill Champion 2016

Dunlop — the manufacturer of tile adhesives, grouts and decorating products — is on the lookout for the UK’s best multi-skill tiler and decorator in the country.

FE Colleges providing the City & Guilds Construction Skills qualification (6219) are being invited to enter an outstanding individual to compete in Dunlop’s Multi-Skills Champion competition 2016. In return for this, Dunlop will fully support any product or training requirement of the college.

Each nominated individual will compete in a Multi-Skill Champion Test at the Grand Final at Dunlop’s state-of-the-art Innovation and Technology Centre in Stoke-on-Trent in August 2016.

Each college champion will receive a personalised trophy and a Dunlop goody bag, while the Grand Winner will receive the Dunlop Multi-Skill Champion Trophy and tiling and decorating tools to the value of £500.

Launching this September, all participating colleges will receive:

  • Free Dunlop Temporary Training Adhesive & Grout
  • Free Dunlop Pro Décor decorating fillers and smoothers
  • Free point-of-sale materials and product literature
  • Free PR and marketing support

What’s more, colleges will receive the benefit of a Dunlop training day with a certified Product Support Technician (PST) on tiling and decorating techniques.

Debi Boulton, Dunlop Sales and Marketing Manager, said: “The Dunlop Multi-Skill Champion competition is the chance for construction skills students across the country to test their talents against their peers and be in with the chance of winning tiling and decorating tools to help them get started in the industry.

“We’re inviting colleges to enter outstanding students and in return receive free training product, learning materials and a free Dunlop training day on tiling and decorating to supplement their own teaching.

“So if you think you’ve got what it takes to become a Multi-Skill Champion, contact us today!”

For more information or to enter the competition, colleges should email

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