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The Worshipful bursary is back

The Worshipful Company of Plumbers is opening applications for its tools and equipment Bursary scheme for student plumbers.

These bursaries are for those who would benefit from financial assistance as a direct result of progressing to S/NVQ Level 3 MES (Plumbing) or equivalent. In England this is following completion of a Level 2 qualification.

The company offers bursaries of up to £1,000, awarded in vouchers, to assist students to buy tools and equipment only (it cannot be used to offset any course fees provided by an employer).

Students wishing to apply are encouraged to apply directly, but must have a reference from their lecturer or employer.

Professional bodies such as the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE), training providers and employers are encouraged to support students who, in their opinion, meet the criteria and would therefore merit consideration as possible recipients of a Bursary.

To apply, candidates need to return a completed application form, provide proof of registration along with proof of completion of S/NVQ Level 2 MES (Plumbing). If an applicant possesses a different qualification that they wish to be considered they should send further details to The Worshipful Company.

17 October 2019


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