Visiting other forums I frequently run into posts by people who ask about the possibilities of working in Poland. They usually have no qualifications as they are still quite young., around 25. Some of them, at the start, turn down job offers in teaching areas. What else can they do? Hmm, prospects are rather dire, unless they start their own business.
What about us?
I think there wouldn`t be any problem for me to work abroad. I would do the same thing I am doing now - teaching. There are hundreds, thousands of potential clients in the UK who need to polish their English. Actually, a few of my mates have gone to Ireland to work as teachers there.
I once tried teaching abroad, in 1990, in the USA. I went to a private language school in Brooklyn and asked for an audition. I was allowed to run a lesson but I flunked it. I had too little experience, I knew nothing about teaching, I was only a sophomore without practice.
Yes i could do my job abroad but the only barrier would be language then this would become an issue
Franciszek, one more thing. You would need to adopt the continental system of measures! But only for length measurements which are in metric. The width of pipes is in inches to the best of my knowledge.
No i have been working in metric for many years now some fittings are marked in imperial but generally all small bore copper is metric i generally measure in inches its easier on the eye metric is more accurate but i was always taught to work to the nearest 1/8 of an inch(about 2mm).Good job plumbers dont build jet engines