I would like more information on becoming a qualified plumber if anyone can help. I am a 29 year old looking to return to work after a long break from work raising children. I often like to train to become a plumber, or at least have a chance to see if I'm done for her. I can not see myself in a typical "female" work environment, but I worry that the pipes can be a "man's world" if I'm going to fight to get taken seriously. Looking online there seems to be a lot of expensive courses I'm assuming they are not worth the paper it's written on, Cant see how its possible to train as a plumber at home and do not want to spend money and time with nothing to show at the end of thereof. What would be the route you'd need to take, I imagine it would leave school college / a. T. S, but surely these people are in search of cheap labor, while the formation of what would not accept any older person. While at home I've been a bit of a, have a go at any DIY enthusiast, I have moved radiators, taps replaced and some other commodities, without problems or not a rookie. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance x. I was happy to learn … You can not learn from a book properly plumbing / computer much of it is based on skill and that has to be practiced and experienced over time. You can learn the basics of it as a professional skill in a local university or join a training course run by the industry, but have to pay for and attend both sessions. Since there were stories of plumbers who earn a lot of money a few years ago there are plenty of private companies offering training courses and many are complete scams. Anyway those days are gone, so do not waste your money, my advice is to contact a local higher education college and take a course not
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