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I am currently working as a material handler at a large Bakery and also completing my own Plumbing work in between.
I started this course because I wanted a different path and to broaden my horizons. I am looking to now set up my own business and complete work for myself in the hope to eventually leave my full time job and be a full time Plumber or find a full time Plumbing job.
It has been hard work but very rewarding and you feel a real sense of achievement when you complete each stage of the qualification.
My favourite parts of Level 2 were completing the Bathroom and radiator tasks and then going onsite to complete the NVQ although it was challenging. I have never done any Plumbing before or any other manual work.
Training centre was brilliant and I found that the tutors were very knowledgeable. The facilities had everything that I needed and were very organised. The tutors are very approachable and made the experience enjoyable throughout.
Overall I had a very good experience and would to anyone as long as they have a passion for Plumbing.
It’s Jag here … just wanted to get my review done for you before life takes over and I put it off until never.
I have just completed my Level 3 Plumbing qualifications and wanted to take the time to leave a review of my experience.
The plumbing course exceeded my expectations in every way possible. I had the privilege of attending course work at two training centres. The facilities are amazing – well equipped with up to date tools that are actually in good condition. The classrooms and workshops are amazing clean and organised.
The best part are the instructors. They are just amazing, knowledgeable with real life experience on the tools, kind, patient and overall exceptional teachers an even better people. The rest of the staff at the centres are always polite and professional and willing to help with any issues you may have.
It may have taken me a little longer than most to get through the course … but I got there in the end.
Thank you to the tutors for a job well done.
In 2014 I finished a digital art degree at University with the intention of possibly moving into the programming sector, but after much deliberations I decided that a more stable career would be a sensible approach.
I have always been a problem solver and enjoyed building my own computers, but it was after having some extensive electrical work done on my partner’s house only for it to be deemed unsafe and poor workmanship at best that, partly out of necessity and partly from intrigue, I settled on securing my pathway to become a fully qualified electrician.
I decided to go with the private training provider, because although it was fairly costly, I could see that everything was provided and there should be no obstacles to prevent me from achieving my overall goal of running my own small to medium size company and hopefully giving other people an opportunity to succeed as well.
My name is Mark and I am working as a manager. I am not currently enjoying my job and want to move in to renewable energy.
I am currently carrying out Plumbing tasks on my own and I have enjoyed learning new skills throughout this course.
The Training centre is fantastic but I have struggled with the paperwork as this is not my strongpoint. The staff have supported me through it and I feel relieved now I have passed my Level 2 Diploma in Plumbing.
I am currently working as a Joiner as part of a family business with my Dad. I am not looking to leave Joinery behind just expand my skills so we can take on more work such as heating systems and do the full kitchen refit.
I started doing my own Plumbing work after week 2 as I felt confident with the skills that I had developed. I found the low carbon steel tasks most challenging because they were hard work.
The staff at the training center make learning easy with their teaching methods and the tutors are always kind and polite and make the experience fun.
Since I have finished my Level 2 Diploma course I feel more qualified and I am looking forward to Level 3.
When I have completed my courses I would like to move on and do my gas.
If anyone is looking to do this course I feel it is worth them taking a look in to.
I am currently employed by Coca-Cola™ as a technical operator. In my job role I operate the machines which fill the cans and make any repairs to faulty machinery. Although I do enjoy my job, after doing it for 17 years, it gets very tedious due to the inherent monotony of manufacturing environments.
When I was younger I always wanted to be an HGV driver. That was until the day I actually sat in an HGV and realised it wasn’t something I wanted to do as a career. I was always slightly envious of my friends who learnt a trade and built careers and companies, but it never seemed like the right time for me to get into a trade. Last May I was given the dreadful news that the factory I was working at was being closed down I was to be made redundant.
I decided to turn a negative into a positive and sign up for a Plumbing & Heating course. My plan was to have completed my Level 2 diploma within a year and I am currently 10 months into my course and in centre completing my final Level 2 training week.
I am very excited to make my entrance on site and to complete my NVQ so I can progress readily onto Level 3. I have found my training to be very enjoyable and an extremely positive experience.
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