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Hard working reliable lad looking for a start

Discussion in 'Plastering Apprenticeship Forum - Plasterers Appre' started by Ashshaw123, Feb 11, 2018.

  1. Ashshaw123

    Ashshaw123 New Member

    I’m 28 years old currently employed full time and looking to learn a trade have worked as a labourer for a few trades on commercial sites am currently working as a labourer in a joinery manufacturing company

    I’m looking for a plastering Apprenticeship in the East Midlands area I’m hard working reliable and own transport ,
    I’m looking to start a level 2 diploma in plastering at Chameleon School of Construction has anyone any experience of them I would have to leave employment to do so but I’m hoping I can get a foot in the door once completed the course any advice welcome
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  2. Lodan

    Lodan Private Member

    I looked at charmeleon and it looked a poor outfit ....go to goldtrowel, where are you based
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  3. Ashshaw123

    Ashshaw123 New Member

    I’m in Leicestershire I’ve looked at gold trowel a few times but I ideally I would like an apprenticeship to be honest with the cost of these courses I would be able to work for free for a plasterer for a few months and learn that way looking into all options at the moment thanks for the reply though I’m gunna ask a few firms in my area I think would I be better off learning a thing or two first tho ??
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