Stephen’s Train4TradeSkills Blog: 27 June
I’ve been looking at Public Liability insurance this week. My tutor Richard said I should look into it and get some quotes. This would insure me to work in people’s homes, in case any damage occurred while I was working.
I’m also thinking of getting a CSCS card (Construction Skills Certification Scheme), which would allow me to do plumbing work on building sites in the future. It’s expensive though, and would cost £47 for the card, £43 for the exam and £17 for the study materials – but I think it will be worth it.
I’m also starting a new project. It’s making quilts, which is something I like doing. I’ve drawn up a template, but it’s just going to be a hobby and something I do in my spare time.
I’m enjoying the course and things are going well for me at the moment. I’ll be back next week with my next blog.
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