Stopcocks are contacted almost every week by women who want to be a plumber. We provide services and strategies to help.
Are you a skilled woman plumber or gas engineer who wants to work for yourself? Perhaps what you need is a W.I.F.E. Consider the Stopcocks Women Plumbers proposal. Many women who train in skilled trades want to work for themselves,
“Why Stopcocks exist” A very brief explanation from Stopcocks Women Plumbers Director Mica May of why Stopcocks exists and what the #WITConference is all about. Aims Why Stopcocks and what are we doing this for? To change the plumbing industry
‘Why Women Plumbers?’ Hattie Hasan, Stopcocks Women Plumbers’ Founder answers their most frequently asked question. We’re asked ‘Why just women plumbers?’ constantly by the media (and we have our special response to them here) But we also get this same
We’ve talked a lot about the barriers women in plumbing encounter. These definitely affect the numbers of women who succeed in becoming plumbers; but because the barriers are serious, we sometimes forget to talk about how amazing, determined and skillful
Quality Plumbing Week 2016 starts on October 3rd Transforming the reputation of an industry – is one week enough? For the last few years attempts are being made to address the lamentable reputation of plumbers among British Householders; APAC run
Keep safe and help your family stay safe by following these 7 simple Gas Safety Week Tips. Gas Safety Week is September 19th – 25th. Tip 1. Only use your gas appliances for their intended use Tip 2.
Cleaning blocked drains is simple when you know how and can save you lots of money calling a plumber. Remember, prevention is better than cure! Baths and shower drains 1) Most blocked drains in the bath are caused by hair,
Our Stopcocks Women Plumbers are often referred to as Inspiring but what does ‘being an inspiration’ mean and does it help anyone to have ‘inspiration’? There are so many ways our women plumbers are an inspiration and each of them
We’re approaching the first Bank Holiday of 2016, a time traditionally marked by DIY projects. The numbers of emergency call-outs we receive for leaks tends to rise during and just after a Bank Holiday. Here are some tips to save