Offering fabulous opportunities, a career in the plumbing industry is probably more diverse than you think.
Not only do you get good training and decent wages, many qualified plumbers broaden their horizons and start their own business or turn to consultancy work and even teaching to pass on their much-valued skills to others.
To become a qualified plumber can take many years of training, and with new advances in technology on the job training will be required to keep abreast of the changes.
The infographic below includes information on how much you could potentially earn, the personality traits and skills set you’ll need and the types of things to expect from your chosen career path.
Plumbing isn’t just about fixing dripping taps.
There are lots of different avenues to explore, so, if you’re considering working within this much-needed industry, take a look at the infographic below to find out how to become a qualified plumber.