1591 days ago

Get started on your new career with MasterLink.

Master Plumbers NZ - Canterbury

Earn while you learn to get qualified in plumbing, gasfitting, drainlaying and/or roofing.

We'll match you with a local firm and set you up with a MasterLink Regional Manager to mentor you throughout your apprenticeship.

Five great reasons to choose MasterLink

1. You earn while you learn
We'll pay you while you learn—even while you're on block course.

2. We pay your training fees
We pay all your block course and training fees, worth over $10k (plus any block course travel and accommodation costs if you live out of town).

3. We set you up with tools & PPE
With a starter tool kit worth $1,400, you can get straight to work. You also get an annual allowance for overalls & boots.

4. We place you in a plumbing firm
We'll match you with a local plumbing firm for your on-job work experience—and you get paid for it too!

5. You'll be supported all the way
Your Regional Manager will mentor you throughout your apprenticeship—and we’re just a phone call away.

**Restricted drivers licence and plumbing/construction experience a must**

Contact: Roger Herd on 027 591 8810 or roger.herd@masterlink.co.nz
www.masterlink.co.nz...

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