Apprenticeships

How do I become an plumber?

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  1. Get your high school diploma 

If you have a high school diploma or are working towards one, you may be eligible for a plumbing job.

Plumbers must have a good background in computer science, maths, science, and technology. Consider attending drafting classes to expand your knowledge and skills.

  1. Complete a plumbing apprenticeship (gw)

An apprenticeship in plumbing provides you with on-the-job training in plumbing codes, procedures, and related specialised skills.

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  1. Get licensed

Every plumber is required by most organisations to hold a licence. Depending on where you live, you may be required to complete a certain amount of classroom hours, earn physical experience, and complete an apprenticeship before taking a licence exam.

  1. Gain experience

You might seek internships to help you grow in this field, learn new abilities, and improve on those you currently have. With experience, you may be promoted to the position of master plumber, which comes with more perks and a higher income.

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