Train4TradeSkills plumbing home study gets PM’s backing


British businessman, Mr. Jan Telensky, supports government's concern for British workers to train for new skills. The CEO of plumbing home study organisation Train4Trade skills was speaking in the light of the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's recent statements announcing plans to encourage British workers to train for a skill, or face future unemployment.


[UKPRwire, Mon Mar 03 2008] British businessman, Mr. Jan Telensky, supports government's concern for British workers to train for new skills. The CEO of plumbing home study organisation Train4Trade skills was speaking in the light of the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's recent statements announcing plans to encourage British workers to train for a skill, or face future unemployment.

Train4TradeSkills plumbing home study gets PM’s backing

In the light of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s warming to British workers to get a skill or face unemployment, the CEO of plumbing home study specialists, Train4TradeSkills’ Mr. Jan Telensky said

“I’m delighted the British government is backing what we’ve been saying for years. Without skills, there’s no future for British workers. Britain is already years behind the global skills race and our jobs are already being taken by an influx of overseas skilled plumbers, electricians and trades people. For a nation of shopkeepers and skilled tradesmen most of us now can’t even get a British workman out to fix a dripping tap”.

Mr. Telensky was speaking in the light of Gordon Brown’s recent comments, in which the PM was reported to have said "In the coming decades the number of the world's skilled jobs will double. It creates the greatest opportunity for whichever country rises to the education and skills challenge”.

Train4TradeSkills launched their revolutionary home study plumbing courses in early 2007, with a new blended approach to learning that combines theoretical learning from books with a PC based virtual reality house and hands-on practical training in state of the art workshops.

Train4TradeSkills students are already finishing their apprenticeships and many have started their own businesses. The course has attracted students, both male and female, from all walks of life to the potential of working as a qualified plumber.

The company claims their home study courses are far more effective than apprenticeships with working plumbers as they enable students to study in their own time, at their own pace, and get hands’ on skills from residential stays at the company’s workshop training centres.

Mr. Telensky added
“For years we’ve freely welcomed in qualified workers from overseas and given them jobs that should be done by British workers. We’ve a vast skills gap to catch up on before we can even fulfil our domestic needs, let alone start supplying British skills to the rest of the world, which is what we should be aiming for. I’m delighted that the PM has given organisations such as Train4TradeSkills his backing”.

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