Stephen talks Wales victory, helpful tutors and his T4TS plumbing course in latest blog
Stephen Marlor is training to become a plumber and is part of the Train4TradeSkills network of student bloggers. In his last blog, Stephen was telling us how he was juggling his studying around campaigning for Wales.
Here’s Stephen’s latest blog:
I’ve got some good news – we won the referendum by 517,132 votes and we are so pleased with the result. We’ve got the general election coming up on the 5th May.
Overall I’ve not done much on the course this week as I’ve been campaigning for the Yes Vote. I’ve been resting a little bit and chilling out this week and I will give my studies my full attention now. Everything else is going really well here. I’ve had a couple of chats with the Tutors and let them know how I’ve got on with my results and they’re quite happy with my progress and I feel a lot more confident in myself now.
After reading my results sheet, I could have entered more information but I wasn’t sure how many answers I could select. I could have got a bit of higher mark than I did, but I will aim a bit higher with my next assignment. I’m on course to go for my next practical training in September, so things are looking positive.
The work experience opportunity was not successful as they were looking for students that are studying at a locally based college.
Just submitted TMA 22 this afternoon.
That’s about it until next week.
- Stephen’s back with his latest blog about his Train4TradeSkills Plumbing Course (train4tradeskills.wordpress.com)
- Stephen talks about campaigning for Wales, radiators and his Train4TradeSkills course in his latest blog (train4tradeskills.wordpress.com)
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