The plumber option's not a bad one. I heard on the radio yesterday of a fast track course to join one of the country's largest franchises: I think it was a 14 week intensive course - downside is it costs around 9k but having 'qualified' you could be making 50k, and what's more... it could be your ticket to the rest of the world: there's a world shortage of plumbers, apparently... 20,000 short in the UK alone.Or you could become a police driving instructor.
Couch Commando wrote
Why does everyone assume they can fast track any trade that normally takes a 4 year apprenticeship ?All the company owners I know and me included will not touch these 'boil in the bag' tradesmen. Don't tell you that on the course do they, the reason there is a shortage is because no one can be arsed with the apprenticeships anymore But I would recommend appliance testing, boring as hell but a one day course and a £900 tester gets you out there, £200 a day is common doing that
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