The course is intended for those that want to gain basic skills and knowledge in order to gain entry into the plumbing industry, they are also suitable for those that want to equip themselves with advanced plumbing knowledge and skills. These qualifications replace the existing 6129 Level 2/3 Certificate in Plumbing Studies (technical certificates). Progression: There are a variety of pathways at L2/3 which correspond to domestic and commercial plumbing installation and maintenance practice. Progression to the NVQ Diploma 6189 is possible for those candidates who gain employment as a plumber.
16-18 students need full Level 2 Qualifications in both Mathematics and English, e.g. GCSE A*-C, and a satisfactory school/college reference. Adult students wishing to change career or upskill are considered, acceptance depending on qualifications, employment history and the interview. All candidates are interviewed by the course manager. All students are interviewed by the course manager.
City & Guilds
London, W2 1NB
Full time, Part time day
Nationally recognised qualification
This course might be free
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This course was FANTASTIC. I am a bit of a “serial course taker” and this was possibly the best training type course I have ever taken. The instructors are extremely knowledgeable and talented at teaching what they know to people who have little or no background in mechanics. They are also very charismatic and make the material interesting and fun, as well as relevant. The facilities are excellent and went beyond my expectation. The garage is clean, warm, and well lit. The selection of tools and availability for students to use was key to this being a successful experience and the limit on student numbers ensured that everyone had an equal opportunity to get their hands dirty and do the practical lessons. I can’t recommend this course highly enough! I feel like I have gained an entirely new skill set and I look forward to putting it to use over the next months (and years) as I work on my own car. As an aside, although I would expect no less from a college, I want to commend both instructors for the exceptionally equal way that women were treated on this course. I entered my first lesson prepared to have to “stick up for myself” in a traditionally male-oriented area of study, and I never once had the slightest indication from the instructors or from the other students that I was in any way different from the men. While this should be the norm, sadly it isn’t in the automotive world and it is often frustrating just walking into a shop to buy parts. Well done for fostering such a gender-equal and positive atmosphere!
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