I'm learning something new every day.
Blake, Plumbing, Gasfitting and Drainlaying
I'm stoked that all the hard work has paid off.
I just knew that I wanted to do hairdressing.
I'm in roofing. But, I was initially scared of heights.
There's a huge market for qualified people.
It's important to have a vision of what you want to achieve.
I'm a hands-on practical person.
I don't believe in being stuck in a job that you don't love.
I'm always on my toes, trying to keep up.
A lot of my friends think they can't do what I've done.
Electricity is necessary for quality of life, especially evident when you go to third world countries.
My family and friends are really proud.
I always knew that I wanted to learn a trade.
Learning on the job is the best way to learn
It keeps me interested, because it changes all the time.
To me, this is the future and it's exciting.
I've just completed my second qualification.
I travel all over the country doing different jobs.
Being around fun, creative, like-minded people is amazing.
If you really want it, make it happen.
Learning in a salon environment makes such a difference.
I want to share what I've learned and help other young people.
For me this isn't just a job - it's a career path.
Listening is the most important skill.
I have always had a passion for cars.
Hard work pays off when you step back and see what you’ve done each day or at the end of the project.
Heavy machinery is nothing new to me.
Getting a trade gives you options, income and sets you up for life.
The opportunities are endless. A trade can take me anywhere.
Believe in yourself.
I think people still have set ideas about what are men's jobs.
I knew I wanted to do something practical.