Microcement training course


If you want to become a microcement contractor, we invite you to our regular microcement training. During the training, we share our philosophy of creating a microcement system and show how simple a product can be, thanks to which you will make the best floors and walls.

Also read: Why is it worth becoming a microcement contractor?


microcement training session

Who is the training for?

First of all, we invite contractors who would like to learn about the microcement technology. Both people related to the construction industry, who already carry out e.g. resin floors or broadly understood finishing works, as well as those who are just starting and want to focus only on microcement.

We are also happy to train investors who want to prepare themselves to make microcement in their home, and architects and designers who want to expand their knowledge of the technical aspects of microcement in order to be able to better advise their clients.


What will you learn during the microcement training course?

During the training you will gain a solid foundation of microcement technology. You will learn all stages of microcement application, from substrate preparation to sealing and daily care. You will see what equipment is necessary to make microcement and you will learn where to start to become a contractor. We will devote a lot of attention to discussing the most common mistakes and we will reveal how to avoid them and how to be successful on the market and earn good money 🙂 During the training you will perform practical exercises and you will be able to ask us questions.


Become part of the community

We want to build a community of contractors who cooperate with us and with each other, exchange experiences, join forces to implement larger investments. It is for our contractors that we have created a group on Facebook, where you can network.


Only microcement

Microcement is not yet a widely recognized product and we want to change that. We want to promote this solution both as a finish to new apartments and houses, as well as a way to quickly renovate and refresh the old interior. During our training, we only talk about microcement. With us, you will not hear about stamped concrete, polished concrete or any other type of flooring that you probably are not interested in because, for example, they require heavy equipment and organizing a large team.


Intimate groups

Our goal is to train reliable and professional contractors, thanks to whom the microcement market will develop. During our trainings, we want everyone to have the opportunity to ask a question, talk, establish contacts with other contractors, so that everyone is involved and actively participates in the training. Therefore, training groups do not exceed 10 people and there is a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.


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Microcement training plan

I. Theoretical part (1 h)

1. Microcement system

2. Preparation of the substrate

When to strengthen the substrate?
Grafting brisket and mesh vs. resin

3. Surface protection

Additives for varnishes
Microcement care

5. How to be a good microcement contractor?

II. Practical exercises (2 h)


Trainers: Tomasz Dudek from Festfloor and Borys Ignatowski from Mikrocement Warszawa Pracownia Betonu.

Place of training: Festfloor, ul. Ciećwierza 81, Klaudyn 05-080, Poland



Each participant of the training receives from us as a bonus:

  • microcement test kit
  • 15% discount code for the first purchase in our online store


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Microcement stairs training

Microcement stairs training plan

The course is addressed to contractors who know the basics of microcement technology and want to expand their knowledge and skills regarding the application of microcement on stairs.

The training is probably conducted by the best specialist in microcement stairs in Poland, Tomasz Grabarczyk.

1. Assessment of the condition of stairs in the developer’s condition

2. Discussion of the necessary tools and equipment

3. Types of stairs

4. Why is it worth using concrete slabs for step grading?

5. Discussion of unusual cases and ways of dealing with them

6. Practical exercises


→ Read an interview with Tomek Grabarczyk