Plumbing Training Begins at the Hunar Foundation

Plumbing Trainees with Hearing and Speech Impairment work on practical exercises at the Hunar Foundation.

After the success of the first batch of students, NOWPDP and The Hunar Foundation are once again joining hands to train persons with hearing and speech impairment in the year-long plumbing course, which began on 24th July 2017. The course offers theoretical and practical knowledge, and equips the trainees with the skills required to pursue a career in residential and industrial plumbing. Those taking the training will also be sitting for examinations by the Trade Testing Board, a local body, as well as the UK City and Guilds examination. The new trainees hope to be just as successful as their predecessors, and be economically empowered with this new skillset.