I know that we all go on about legislation in our industry. As anyone thought about a training program, some form of instruction? Perhaps a one day course inc van cleanliness, self esteem, how to conduct yourself, importance of reliability etc etc. Finally a run out with someone on a live job. At the end of the course the candidate is given a certificate of Competance this would then be required by youselves before passing work to said subbie. Of course you cant expect a subbie to travel from Plymouth to Manchester for example for one day instruction. It would have to be done in house. There would have to be a fee for the course. I am sure that when I mention money ears will pop up.
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Wow can I sign up as a freelance training consultant?
Too late phil its mine
Yes Mr Phax you can. When and where is the first course?
Can I write the training manual and sell the ebook for £20?
Never undercut yourself must be worth £120.
t let your pen out of your sight.
Thats 20 bigs ones you all owe me.
Vendors should require proof that all subbies have bought and read the Expert's guide.
Short written exam by email......
Q1. How much did you pay for it?
OK, you've passed.
A derbyshire radio station will scream and shout all day about the M1 being blocked at junction 20 where a notts radio station expected it to turn to crap every day so doesnt even notice----------- this was yesterday by the way when im off to leicestershire, another £20 i`m owed, i happily write the questions
Question 1, you drive a sprinter lwb and carry upto your permitted weight limit at times. Your tyre pressure should be between 47 and 54 psi. How many 20 pees does it take at morrisons to make sure your tyres are ok and will the hose reach around?
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