Stephen talks Train4TradeSkills, fault finding problems and how his home renovations are going

Stephen Marlor is training to become a plumber with Train4TradeSkills and is one of our student bloggers. The trainee from Clwyd in Wales blogs for us every week about how his course is going.

You can read other blogs by Stephen at  or follow him on Twitter at

Here’s Stephen’s latest blog:

Everything’s going really well. I’ve tried a couple of attempts on the fault finding scenario for Electrical faults, I’ve been scoring 24-42% because I haven’t been doing them in the right order or putting in the right codes. I’m still trying to complete it and learning as I go along.

I’m hoping to complete all units before coming back to Luton for practical training and I have started working on TMA 25.

I have the new kitchen in and the bathroom has been tiled, so were just waiting for the shower to be fitted and then for everything to be decorated. So fingers crossed it will all be done in the next couple of weeks.

I’m really happy with how everything is working out. It’s a lovely day here in Wales, the Sun is out and the birds are singing so I’ve come to visit my Granddad. Let’s hope this weather sticks around.

About Train4tradeSkills

Train4TradeSkills offer the only trade training skills courses that combine three great ways to learn, through a unique blend of book based theory, practical workshops and virtual reality PC based training, to help you qualify you as a plumber, electrician or gas engineer. No other learning provider offers our unique way to study, with full tutor support, easy to follow, step by step modules. Once you complete one part of the course and return your work for marking, the next stage of the course automatically follows. It’s as easy as that. It’s fun, it’s easy to follow... and it can be fitted around your existing work and family commitments!

Posted on April 12, 2011, in construction jobs, construction news, plumbing, plumbing courses, plumbing jobs, Plumbing News, train4tradeskills, Train4TradeSkills Bright Sparks and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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