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daddy30

Hi,

I am trained as a Bricklayer and have been doing this for about 14 years, I am now looking for a change of career and thinking about tiling. Ideally I would keep doing the bricklaying during the week and start off doing tiling at the weekend until I built up my business enough that I could give up the bricklaying.

I am looking to find out what is the best tiling course to go on? I live in Scotland so ideally would prefer one in Scotland or one that I could do at weekends? Any advice would be appreciated?
 
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hi mate,i did my course at edinburgh tiler training,a brilliant course learnt an absolute tonne whilst there.also very good after course support from the guys there.:thumbsup:
 
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mickbull

Hi,

I am trained as a Bricklayer and have been doing this for about 14 years, I am now looking for a change of career and thinking about tiling. Ideally I would keep doing the bricklaying during the week and start off doing tiling at the weekend until I built up my business enough that I could give up the bricklaying.

I am looking to find out what is the best tiling course to go on? I live in Scotland so ideally would prefer one in Scotland or one that I could do at weekends? Any advice would be appreciated?
You should check out Tiler Training in Edinburgh. Ant and the lads down there are a great bunch, and having met a lot of the people hes trained, hes doing an excellent job.

And if ya need any info on getting a trade account with us here at CTD, give us a call, im sure theres a CTD branch near you I can pass your details on to.

Hope this helps.

Mick
 

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