Newbie wannabe Birmingham

#1
I'm looking to do the 10 day plastering course which I know alot of you on here think it's a waste of time but for me and alot of newbies on here it's a start.
I've been a chef for 22 years and use to a full days graft but now its time for a change!
Is there any plasterers out there who would take on a post course newbie to skiv for them for a few weeks to gain extra knowledge and plastering skills or even a full time labouring job if it meant I'd get the skill set at the end of it!
Thanks in advance
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
#3
I'm looking to do the 10 day plastering course which I know alot of you on here think it's a waste of time but for me and alot of newbies on here it's a start.
I've been a chef for 22 years and use to a full days graft but now its time for a change!
Is there any plasterers out there who would take on a post course newbie to skiv for them for a few weeks to gain extra knowledge and plastering skills or even a full time labouring job if it meant I'd get the skill set at the end of it!
Thanks in advance
Why don't you use the drama to move far, far away from Birmingham while you're about it? Manchester, the Jewel of the North is only an hour and a bit away. Then you can be happy and have nice neighbours instead of Islamists and Brummies.

@imago will be along in a minute to tell you just how big Birmingham is and how hard it is to drive around....
 

Dropsalot

Private Member
#5
I once worked in Birmingham.........it was easier to get out of than into.....
Like many things in a mans life...
 

Danny

Administrator
#7
The best place is gold trowel.... I know more people who have gone through their training than any other course and gone on to make a good living out of it... 10 days is a good introduction but you will need further training but still out of all the 10 dayers GT is by far the best
 

Nicm

Well-Known Member
#9
Good luck I suppose everyone has to start somewhere,even though I think these courses are expensive for what you get.
 

johniosaif

Private Member
#10
I’ve done a 10day cooking course ,been certified by McDonald’s
 
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Lodan

Well-Known Member
#11
Go to Goldtrowel but danny is right 10 days on its own won't be enough. I did 6 weeks at Goldtrowel and needed help after from one of the lads on here
 

Deri

Active Member
#12
I’ve been learning for 23yrs


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Marshy

Private Member
#13
I'm looking to do the 10 day plastering course which I know alot of you on here think it's a waste of time but for me and alot of newbies on here it's a start.
I've been a chef for 22 years and use to a full days graft but now its time for a change!
Is there any plasterers out there who would take on a post course newbie to skiv for them for a few weeks to gain extra knowledge and plastering skills or even a full time labouring job if it meant I'd get the skill set at the end of it!
Thanks in advance
f**k the course save your money and offer your services for free to a decent recommended plasterer (no decent person would let you work for free) Your much more likely to learn more quickly this way rather than be another course robot.
 

Deri

Active Member
#14
The best course is sexual interCOURSE


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#16
I'm more than happy to work for free if I get the right training! Any Brummie plasterers interested?
 

Danny

Administrator
#18
f**k the course save your money and offer your services for free to a decent recommended plasterer (no decent person would let you work for free) Your much more likely to learn more quickly this way rather than be another course robot.
great in theory... but finding a plasterer that is will to train the competition is quite hard to do
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
#20
great in theory... but finding a plasterer that is will to train the competition is quite hard to do
Troo dat.

I found a chap fairly easily first time round but when he ran out of work I wasn't so lucky the next time.
 
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