A plumber apprentice works under the guidance of a more experienced professional.
Many of the same tasks as professional plumbers are performed by apprentice plumbers, such as installing new plumbing fixtures, unclogging plumbing systems, and repairing pipes. However, an apprentice may be able to do easier jobs independently while helping with more complex ones.
Apprentice plumbers often work during regular business hours, but some companies work shifts to cover 24 hours. This job may be done in several locations, from commercial buildings and businesses to clients’ homes.
Applicants well-suited to become apprentice plumbers are organised and detail-oriented, can follow clear instructions, work with diverse people daily, and have good practical skills.