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A trained plumber would have completed a two year apprenticeship with his/her employer under supervision of a qualified plumber, during which time one would have attended and passed all 47 practical proficiency training modules at a CETA accredited training college. After completion of the apprenticeship he/she would then be required to pass a compulsory trade test in plumbing in order to obtain a plumbing trade test certificate.
Re: How can you qualify as a plumber in South Africa?
Author: Youssou Kone
Time: 30 Oct 2010, 3:58:24 AM
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