NVQ level 2 Plumbing and Heating Top Up

NVQ Level 2 – Installation and Maintenance of Plumbing & Heating Systems for Qualified Plumbers & Industry Professionals

Specially designed for industry professionals wishing to gain their full NVQ Qualification.

This specially designed NVQ Level 2 is for ‘Trades’ people who already hold a technical certificate in plumbing or associated equivalent style qualification. Ideally you would need to be working within the industry, as a portfolio will need to be produced. If this is not possible, we can help with this.

Some facts you may find interesting…

  • There are 29 million homes in the UK with most having at least one bathroom.
  • Every bathroom/plumbing needs annual repair and maintenance
  • Average lifespan of a bathroom is approximately 10 years.

Check out the information below …

Please click all the drop-down taps for more information, then if you would like even more info click the enquiry tab and fill in as much detail about yourself as you can and John will give you a call to answer any questions you may have

Other useful information…

  • The average cost of a domestic bathroom replacement in South-East England is £6,000-£10,000 for as little as 5-10 days’ work including materials and labour.
  • The average cost of a hot water cylinder replacement in South-East England is £1,000-£1,500 for as little as 1 day’s work including materials and labour.
  • An average plumbing repair starts at £50-£60 for 1 hour’s work.
  • Starting salaries for a domestic plumber range from £28,000-£35,000 per annum.
  • We have a trade supplies sister company where we can design, supply and offer support once you have completed this course.

John and the team have many years of industry knowledge and will be on hand for ongoing support and guidance, so you will never have to worry. We can offer on-site support services for you on your first few installations if needed (charges apply).

The future of the plumbing industry is as big now as it ever has been.

DON’T DELAY– there is a shortage of plumbers and the need to train for the future is now!