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  1. Stef-plumber


    Is there anyone that’s moving to Adelaide from the UK who is seeking a job in the plumbing industry?
  2. Good Afternoon, - Trained in plumbing and bricking trades. - Sales, Estimating, Procurement, Design and Senior Management within construction & building experienced. Currently on a 417 visa from the UK, seeking casual, short term, temporary or longer term employment opportunities within a similar field to the above. Looking for the opportunity to prove myself. Residing in North Adelaide for the remainder of 2019. I would love to hear from you.
  3. Rob and Mel

    Plumbing workers

    Admin/Moderators can you please make this a sticky? There seems to be lots of plumbers moving or trying to come out to Adelaide, That dont know about things this end! If you are coming this is something you need to know! The goal posts do get moved from time to time but this is how things are as of 11/04/11. There are FIVE courses you have to do! One is 6 days... one is 16 one days... one is a full week.... another is one week... you get the idea? One is for Gas, one is for drainage, one is for hot and cold water, one is for sanitary and fire sprinklers. (and you have to now do a first aid course). The courses cost you about $650 each but you can (might) get some of the money back if you can get a CITB card and are registered at Skills recognition in the city. This will allow you to work for someone else! This DOES NOT give you a level 3 certificate (at the moment but maybe soon). Level 3 is what you get at the end of your apprenticeship here in OZ. You can get work and be working while doing this but might not be on the money you expect, you will be classed as an apprentice! There is now something called RPL (recognised prior learning). They look at what you have done in the past and fast track you through some of the training. This is not as easy as it sounds there seems to be lots of UK stuff that does not count towards this. I think it's about time I got all these details down properly and put it up as a sticky. Lots of plumbers like myself know nothing about this till they arrive! I was told I would have to do a course but I have been here 18 months now and am still doing them. Please feel free to ask any more questions. Rob
  4. Hi my names joe im 27 years old iv been in adelaide afew months now and aus 13 can anybody put me in touch with any pipe layers? Iv phoned pipe laying firms after pipelaying firms sent resumes after resumes and applyed for job after job and seem to be getting anywhere. Iv been civil labouring for a while through labour hire companys but yet to find any thing permenant work please can anyone help me??!!?
  5. Rob and Mel

    Plumbing licence

    We are moving to Adelaide in November and have heard my OH needs to transfer his skills and get a licence. Does anyone know exactly what he will need to do: who to contact? where to get info? how long is the course? how much will it cost? Thanks, Mel.

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