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Morning all I have just recently completed a course with UK pro tiling , I have also brought the online course that they do as well so I can practice in my garage. I was just wondering if there is anybody around the Nottingham area that I could possibly shadow every now and then to get more experience. I am currently in a full time job and trying to get away from that thanks Nathan.
 

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Get away from it then mate and setup on your own. Maybe have to take the brave step and throw yourself in the deep end. It's hard work, stressful, feel like giving up at times, but the money is good, hours are whatever you choose and its better than working for somebody else! Best of luck mate
 
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Get away from it then mate and setup on your own. Maybe have to take the brave step and throw yourself in the deep end. It's hard work, stressful, feel like giving up at times, but the money is good, hours are whatever you choose and its better than working for somebody else! Best of luck mate
Funny you are the second person who has said that to me , the more I hear it the more I think im just going to do it. I think its the only way to learn throw yourself in at the deep end cheers Edd
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Funny you are the second person who has said that to me , the more I hear it the more I think im just going to do it. I think its the only way to learn throw yourself in at the deep end cheers Edd
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The market is very busy at present, so an ideal time. Only take on what your confident with and progress from there. The forum is full of useful info the help you along.
 
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