In the UK one four week course prepares you for certification to work as a union or government worker. One of the advanced courses in plumbing the course work includes the study of copper piping installation for residences, the study of sanitary bathroom facilities, This plumbing course includes lessons in formal labour union and municipal plumbing qualifications, residential copper piping installation and bathroom fixture installation. After you've taken this and the other required courses in plumbing towards the certificate for water regulations you can apply with the local UK water company as an approved plumbing contractor, as part of earning your water regulations certificate. a course in tiling and in plastering and certification for three specialties. The specialties certified courses in plumbing include a certificate in water system regulation, one in energy efficient systems and a third in unvented storage systems for water heating. The price for this particular course in plumbing is 3790.37 including tax. You may also opt, after the completion of this or other courses in plumbing sign up for an additional apprenticeship hands-on week or work.Next comes college and your A levels. Obviously you should choose law as one of your subjects of study. But also you should choose other subjects which are either close to law, or will give you good legal skills. The subjects that can give you good relevant skills are Philosophy, English, history and Politics. Some good subjects for knowledge that could be useful in your legal career are business Studies, accounting and Economics. You should aim to get good grades so you can get into a good university and therefore increase your chances of getting a training contract. During your time studying law at university you should get involved with law societies and pro bono activities to further increase your CV. A great thing to have on your CV is mooting, even if you're not going to be a barrister. So join the mooting club! At the end of your second year, over the summer, you should aim to get a vacation scheme at a big firm. This will give you a real taste of being a solicitor. Then you should start to apply for the Legal Practice Course (LPC) - the last stage of your training.