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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 9:39 am 
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I'm looking to attend a basic plumbing course/bathroom fitting course to compliment my tiling and plastering business, sick of waiting on trades to move the odd pipe or radiator or bath, before I can get on and tile the room etc, is there any course that can be recommended in the north of England area.
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Why not just practice at home? If you have an outside tap you could connect to that to pressurize your work and test. Soldering isn't difficult. Push fit is really easy to use but doesn't look as nice imo. Where in the n.e are you?

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Your nearest college / adult education centre is worth checking for evening courses in basic plumbing.

Whatever you do, don't sign up for one of those 6 week wonder courses that charge £ Thousands with the promise that you'll be earning £ 50 K a year in no time.

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