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Introduction to the Plumbing Profession

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    Kakinda A.
    UG
    Kakinda A.

    Good course, it has introduced me to new technology. Thanks ALISON

    Khaled Ali A.
    YE
    Khaled Ali A.

    fixtures: such as toilets , showers and sinks. appliances : such as dishwasher , heating system and purification system fittings : such as bend,coupling, or tee that connecting pipes.

    Kakinda A.
    UG
    Kakinda A.

    Its really good and hope to achieve this diploma

    Kobus R.
    ZA
    Kobus R.

    ????? nothing comes up in screen all blank

    Jose N.
    CA
    Jose N.

    Good! I'm on it!

    Tamuna A.
    NG
    Tamuna A.

    This introduction gives me a new dimension in the plumbing profession.

    Wai Phyoe Htin A.
    MM
    Wai Phyoe Htin A.

    plumbing is an important system of any construction project.

    Raja M.
    SG
    Raja M.

    Useful introduction

    Mohammed A.
    GH
    Mohammed A.

    Good Intro

    Michael J.
    TT
    Michael J.

    Are there as many plumbers as doctors and nurses? And if not, given that the actions of plumbers can help protect the health, safety and comfort of a nation before disease sets in, which then requires the services of doctors and nurses, would it not make sense to encourage more persons to be plumbers? Or is it that plumbing services are not respected in the same way as medical services and plumbers are not paid as well as nurses? But I am beginning to question the old adage that "an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure", Is that adage still valid?

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