In recent years, there has been a sudden increase in the property market, which is due to development and increase in size of population. By the increase in size of population, there was a higher need of properties for people to buy or to rent.
Are you ready to get up for this challenge?
Start asking in which type of specialization you wish to go for. A small list of house maintenance includes plumbers, painters, electricians, plastering work, finishing’s, tie layer and many more.
The first step is trying to get familiar to what each job requires, and what needs to be learned. Start by maybe helping out at your parents’ house, or of any relative. You will get the first touch of this industry by maybe painting your own room, or changing a plug socket for a lampshade or other situations. You can also search through the internet for guides or even watch videos such as on Youtube to learn and decide better. After finding out at what you excel, or you would like to do for living you can move to the next step.
MCAST, being the main institute in Malta where it offers such training courses, which will guide you in obtaining a certificate ant practical hands on experience in these skill required jobs. Furthermore, while studying, also apprenticeship may be offered in order to gain suitable experience in the industry, with the possibility of maybe being offered a full time job after completing the course if you perform well. Therefore, make your utmost, to study and perform well, since this will open the door to you in this industry. Having knowledge is important but keep in mind that valuable experience will teach you how to do the job more efficient, better and in a timely manner. Always keep in mind health and safety procedures and try to be safe as possible for yourself and others.
Introductory Certificate in Construction Engineering
Foundation Certificate in Construction Engineering
Diploma in Construction Engineering
Diploma in Construction and Stone Masonry
Diploma in Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning
Diploma in Joinery and Furniture Making Diploma in Masonry Heritage Skills (Sewwej)
Diploma in Building Services Installations (Plumbing or Plumbing and Electrical)
Diploma in Trowel Trades (Plastering and Tile Laying or Painting and Decorating)
Diploma in Welding and Fabrication
Advanced Diploma in Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning
Advanced Diploma in Joinery, Furniture Design and Manufacturing
Advanced Diploma in Masonry Heritage Skills (Mastru)
Advanced Diploma in Plumbing and Liquid Petroleum Gas Systems
Advanced Diploma in Welding and Fabrication
Advanced Diploma in Construction Engineering
Advanced Diploma in Building Services Engineering Higher
Diploma in Masonry Heritage Skills (Kapumastru)
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Building Services Engineering
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Construction Engineering
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Construction Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quantity Surveying
Diploma in Electrical Installations
Diploma in Engineering (Electronics)
Advanced Diploma in Industrial Electronics
Advanced Diploma in Electrical Systems
Electronics Beginners Course using Arduino
DIY Home Maintenance
Architectural drafting principles
Advanced Architectural Drafting Techniques
Level 4 Award in Construction Site management
Level 5 Award in Quantity Surveying
Limes, Mortars and Pointing Houses of Character
Plastering and Tile Laying
Preparation and Installation of Flat Gypsum Boards
Stone Mason’s Course (Full Course Leading to Mason’s Licence)
Plumbing Installations using Fusion Welded Pipes and Fittings
Woodwork – Introduction
Intermediate Woodwork – Bench Joinery
MCAST Award in Electrical / Electronics Technology 3
Unit 1: Electronic Principles
Unit 2: Design Construction and Testing of Electronic Circuits
Unit 3: Electrical Principles
Basic Electrical Installation
Electrical Installations 1 – leading to Authorisation A
Electrical Installations 2 – leading to Authorisation B
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Find a company or individuals which you can work with and gain valuable experience. It is your choice if you would like to start by going to a course and finding experience later on or starting immediately with someone and learning hands on while working. At first you might find it hard, since it is all new for you, but always keep in mind that it is for your future. You can climb the ladder and may end up with your own company or becoming a freelancer (self employed). Due not having experience at first you might not have a high wage, but it may increase by becoming better and more efficient. Don’t be afraid to try something new, everyone makes mistakes at first, but from those mistakes you learn for next time. At Tminta we believe in becoming a freelancer. List yourself as a freelancer in the following link. If you do not have an account sign up now!
Customers are important, try to understand their need and if possible meet or exceed their expectations. An example would be cleaning after you have done the job. Remember that they will pass on the word that you have done a great job, and recommend you to other clients.
Check out this blog if you want to learn more about becoming self-employed in Malta
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