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  1. John Wick

    John Wick New Member

    Hello guys or girls, am 20 and thinking about picking plumbing as a trade, I can not go the apprenticeship route as the wages would not let me live in London, so I am thinking about evening courses so if I did, plumbing- city and guild level 2 Diploma followed by the plumbing -city and guilds level 3 Diploma, then if I went on to do 6189 onsite assessment would this give me the plumbing and heating city and guild NVQ level 2 even though I didn't do an apprenticeship. Any help would be much appreciated, cheers
  2. Ch4 plumbing

    Ch4 plumbing Plumber GSR

    Hi John

    The best option for you will be to talk to your local college, they will give you all the advice you need.

    You could also take some time looking through previous posts about the same subject on this forum by typing some keywords into the search box at the top right hand corner of your screen.

    Good luck and happy searching.