Plumbing & Plumbers Forum - help needed with plumbing courses
help needed with plumbing courses
Discuss help needed with plumbing courses in the Plumbing Courses at Plumbers Forums; hi you all I am 30 with a house ,2kids and a wife to look after.I need to change my line of work and would like to go into plumbing.
hi you all I am 30 with a house ,2kids and a wife to look after.I need to change my line of work and would like to go into plumbing.
Do you think its the right time to train as a plumber.
anyone know of a good course in south somerset
are there any good on line courses I could do
new to all of this and dont want to get it wrong as I hear there are lots of bad deals out there thanks
this isnt the right time to come into plumbing, everyone thinks there is loads of jobs, so 1,000's have trained at colleges and private trainers in the past few years. that means every area has ample plumbers to go round. if there is another reason for taking up plumbing then go for it, if itsbecause u fancy a change then ther are many other areas/trades you could go into, electrical is a good alternative, i'm told joinery will become the next big thing???????????
its the wrong time to go in to plumbing with the building sites closing and lots of people training there is an influx of plumbers to the domestic market something is going to give and it will be the ones that have just trained or being trained that will get the short end of the stick, lots of people go in to training and then have to back in to the jobs they did before wasting a lot of money think before you jump in, but if you think you still want to do it then good luck
Just remember - seek as much advice as possible and know exactly what and where you are going - limitations and positives. And theroretically what you can achieve. Lot of hard work needed but remember the goal