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Fellow Practitioners Update / Fellow Practitioner Issue 377 Dated 12 July 2019
« Last post by Wal on July 12, 2019, 06:43:26 AM »
This edition we cover part two of the complaint to the Regulation Review Committee.  We realize it is heavy reading but it is important every tradesperson in the industry is aware of the issues as it does impact our future.  Please make comment on your thoughts.
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Fellow Practitioners Update / Fellow Practitioner Issue 376 Dated 28 June 2019
« Last post by Wal on June 28, 2019, 06:28:35 AM »
When all else fails its off to the Regulation Review Committee (RRC).  The Federation complaint has been accepted by the RRC and the process has begin.
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To be totally clear...when I talk about guilt...I do not mean (and would never think) that those that cause harm, ever feel any guilt (you'd need a soul for that)...

I mean real guilt, actual guilt, undeniable guilt...that is what eats at the soul... like rot on a dead tree (i.e. soul)...it never happens straight away... not today... but 20 years from now when your sat on the shitter, busting a shit out and your mind wanders...and you think....oh! I am undeniably a total self serving utter cunt...that risks others for self gain...(this is something ironically better down that toilet)


I will leave you self entitled tits and your surrounding sycophants to your future... you are a total joke that time will show you for what you are...total bellends...I fart in your general direction...

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It is better to suffer an injustice than to inflict an injustice...Socrates about 400bc...Google it...

You see...damaged people cause others damage, their souls sold...for a paid up trip to America to promote teaching plumbing in Mandarin...when you can't do it properly in the plain tongue of your own land....lol...twats...

Guilt eats like rot on a dead tree...Gee'sarse 2019

Its all about the soul...I know how I would rather side with...my soul will go with me.


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Fellow Practitioners Update / Fellow Practitioner Issue 375 Dated 14 June 2019
« Last post by Wal on June 14, 2019, 06:37:01 AM »
Is our industry being lead by bureaucrats wandering around aimlessly without purpose or intelligence. More money being wasted and should we see what way individual Board members are voting at Board meetings. Back to the Regulation Review Committee we go.
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Fellow Practitioners Update / Re: Fellow Practitioner Issue 374 Dated 31 May 2019
« Last post by Enn on June 10, 2019, 09:32:43 PM »
As for fast tracking apprenticeships, WHO CARES!

 Your certified Supervisor or your self takes ALL RESPONSIBILITY!


Meanwhile in la la land all is well.
All boxes ticked


 
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Two months ago.....no reply....not even a denial......turning a blind eye to corruption....
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Fellow Practitioners Update / Re: Fellow Practitioner Issue 374 Dated 31 May 2019
« Last post by Macmole on June 06, 2019, 06:37:39 PM »
I am from the uk where I served a full apprenticeship, during my time there I worked with quite a few fast track plumbers. I can tell you from my experience itís not the way you want to be heading, you end up with loads of tradesmen who are qualified on paper but just donít have the experience to be able to do the job
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Fellow Practitioners Update / Fellow Practitioner Issue 374 Dated 31 May 2019
« Last post by Wal on May 31, 2019, 06:38:10 AM »
It seems like we are going through a period of resetting the clock. Skills are looking for people to go on a consultation committee AGAIN. Been there done that and what a waste of time and personal money. They lost our respect and trust and now they are moving on expecting people to trust them again. Others in the industry should note trust is easy to lose. 
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Im not sure they know what that return on investment should be.
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