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Estimating and Quoting

This course will help you quote and estimate professionally for commercial and domestic jobs.
  • reading plans and specifications
  • Understanding tender documents
  • estimating of quantities
  • calculations of charge and labour rates
  • overheads applicable
  • effective site measuring
  • tips for preparing and presenting a quotation.
Now available on-line! Includes multimedia video and animation to help you learn complex calculations. Payment by credit card/Paypal
​*Please note: this course uses metric measurements and is only suitable for painters located in countries using the metric system (eg. metres, millimetres and litres)

Cost: $300

This course is now 80% funded by Keystone Tasmania. Persons working in the Tasmanian building industry may be eligible for an 80% rebate for this training.


Eight hours self-paced. Log-in and study at any time. Course must be completed within 3 months.
Click below to register and start at any time.
Call: 0413 703395


"By taking this online course I've learnt a lot about paint standards, environmental safety, writing a quote and estimation of a job. I found it very easy to do the modules which is very helpful. " - Ahmad Karimi
"I give this course 10/10!! Jim was so encouraging and supportive with every step of completing this estimating course. I'm not a painter, but a wife who wanted to help grow my husbands painting company. I can't believe how much information was given to me from start to finish. Thank you so much Jim for helping me be confident in future quoting." - N. DellAtte
"Loved it. Has a thorough and detailed base of knowledge, and challenges you just enough without being too difficult." - J. Heywood
"The course was well detailed with a lot of information, not just on estimating but also gives great insight on the running of the business as a whole." - M. Chamberlain