Become a plumber

Discussion in 'Plumbing Courses' started by 333, Aug 25, 2016.

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  1. 333

    333 New Member

    Hello..Have a few questions which i hope make my life easier and my head clear.
    I am thinking to take on the plumbing course at my local college starting from Level 1.
    I am based in Kent.
    The reasons i do hesitate are following : I am 27 years old, don't have any plumbing experience and will need to spend at least 2 years of my life.
    In the end of the days if i don't get an apprenticeship there will be no job waiting for as far as I am aware.
    Is there any point of doing that or i should abandon that idea.
    Thank you in advance!
  2. plumb_know

    plumb_know Plumber

    Hi 333,

    where abouts in kent are you based??do you have any construction experience? do you have cv you could pm me?