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Rissyboi

Has anyone been on the Nett training course would like to find out some feed back on it. Did any of use guys have any tiling knowledge when you went on this course and what was your knowledge like when you finished ...??:20::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
 
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jimbob

Hi,

I went on it about 6 weeks ago. Never laid a tile in my life before I went, and was well pleased with what I achieved in the space of 4 days, as well as the theoretical knowledge passed on. I would heartily recommend giving them a try :thumbsup:

Jimbob
 
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Rissyboi

I have booked my self on the 8 day tiling and plastering course. was just wondering what knowledge you got out of it because i see alot of threads in here about what to do before lying tiles down like hardiborder 8mm plywood and stuff and being honest i really have no idea...:mad2::mad2::mad2::mad2:
 
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jimbob

There's a section on how to run a business/drum up work, accounts & tax, different tools, different types of adhesive and when to use them, types of tile. Can't recall any section on hardiebacker etc. - just about types and thicknesses of ply and when to use them. Rest is practical work. (I may have missed some out but its been a few weeks!)

If you have any specific questions ask him when you're there. :thumbsup:
 
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jimbob

Cheers jimbob :thumbsup: And how are you getting on now with your new career? have you started up on your own, are you getting abit of work?:thumbsup::thumbsup:

Plenty of work on - but it's all at my own house! I'm one of the minority that did it for DIY purposes rather than starting up a new career. Darren at NETT is confident that everyone is ready to start up on your own after his course though, so I'm sure you'll be fine :thumbsup:
 
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mags

Can recommend NETT not only for the info on tiling but also the business help Darren provides, also wear ear muffs for the jokes from all at NETT theyre very old and corny lol (the jokes that is ). :lol:
 
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Hi Rissy
Dont worry, everything is covered on the course from the practical to the backgrounds, you will get my personal home email as well just in case you need to ask anything after youve left the course, youll be fine, see you when you get down, didnt think my jokes were too bad, its Dereks jokes on the plastering that you have to watch out for :smilewinkgrin:
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