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How To Become A Plumber

how to become a plumber

A plumber is a tradesperson who specialises in installing, repairing and maintaining plumbing and heating systems. Plumbers install and maintain water, drainage and heating systems. They cut, bend and join pipes and fittings, diagnose and fix faults and service appliances. In addition to actually carrying out the work mentioned, you would also be expected to measure, plan and cost out ... Read More »

Careers In Minerals And Quarrying

careers in minerals and quarrying

Quarrying provides us with what we need to build homes, roads and much more. Discover three careers at the heart of the industry. The construction industry relies on the products extracted through quarrying. More than that, we rely on extracted minerals for everything from pencils, toothpaste and make-up to fire detection systems, batteries and pharmaceuticals. Here are three related occupations ... Read More »

Job Roles In Building Construction

Job Roles In Building Construction

Floors, walls and roofs – very important parts of all buildings. Find out about four of key job roles in building construction. Floor layer There are different types of floor layers, but all of them measure, mark, cut, shape and install floor coverings and finishes, either by hand or using power tools. As a floor layer, you might be laying ... Read More »

UK Skills Shortage Occupation 21 Engineering Geologist

This is the fourth instalment in a series of blogs that provide information on occupational roles that employers struggle to fill. In this article we take a look at the role of the engineering geologist. There are regional differences in the skills and occupations where employers are experiencing shortages and throughout this series we will endeavour to provide information on ... Read More »

Qualifying for a career in property

career in property

Your world is probably filled with GCSEs, BTECs and A-levels and you perhaps won’t be familiar with other types of qualifications and their importance to employment. Find out here about qualifying for a career in property. Gaining a specific formal, regulated qualification can make you more employable. It can also qualify you for membership of particular professional associations, which can help ... Read More »

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