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  1. Hi all The removal people turn up soon. Exciting! We're moving from the UK to Sydney. I have a question for anyone out there that has sent their vinyl records in a shipping container. Do you have any tips or advice? Anything you're glad you did or would change if you had to do it again? Anything learnt about insurance (I haven't finalised that yet)? At the moment I've got all the records (several thousand of them, valued at around £50K) in plastic boxes and am planning on putting some desiccant pouches in each box. Any advice or lessons learnt would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Jez
  2. trevorscarpetsalbany

    carpet fitter/vinyl layer

    Hi,our carpet shop in Albany wa is looking for a full time commercial vinyl layer,laminate floor layer,we would be willing to sponsor the right person,Albany is in the south west of western Australia,about 4 hours drive from perth
  3. Hi all! My Business partner and I are looking to find work in Queensland around April/May 2013. We have been in the flooring game for around 10 years. We are team of 4 ( only the 2 of us making the big move!) who specialise in Marmoleum, Linoleum, Rubber, Vinyl, Cap n Cove. We also fit sheet carpet, Carpet Tiles, Broadloom, Amtico, Karndean, wall vinyl (hospitals, Surgery rooms). We also are incolved in Floor Prep - DPM, Latexing, Grinding, Scaryfying. We have worked and at present worked for 4 of the biggest Commercial Flooring Companies in UK as well contracting our own works. Our main areas of work is in the commercial and Contract sector. We have carried out work in numerous Hospitals, Schools, Banks, Care Homes, Gyms, Retail Units, Airports, Hotels and so on! If anyone in the Commercial/Contract Flooring sector could give us any advise or job opportunities your help would be much appreciated. If possible some idea of prices/salaries of fitters in this field. Please check our website for any more info on what we do etc. Thanks James
  4. Hello all This is a vacancy being m,ade available through the Hire A Migrant system. Vacancies are as follows: 2 x Carpet and or Vinyl Layers Location Canberra, ACT. Preferred start date ASAP Full time ongoing employment. Offering $50,000 per annum + superannuation + car + tools (negotiable) Customer interaction will be involved, customer service skills an advantage. Must be a qualified tradesman. Professional registration will be required. Fluent in English. Prpeared to wait for DIAC processing for the right candidate. Applicants will need to be or become clients of Hire A Migrant, which involves a fee for service. The first step prior to considering any fees is to please send CVs as an attachment via personal message on PIO. People who send CVs will receive HAM service information in reply. Anyone who wants more info about Hire A Migrant is welcome to send me a general PM or an email to Jamie AT hireamigrant DOT com.
  5. Full time position for an experienced floor finisher - carpet and vinyl. The position is in country victoria - kerang, on the murray river and inland lakes. email scott@ruralblinds.com for more info
  6. Im 20 years old looking for some flooring work in the Darwin area i will be there from the 10.08.09. Then there for the for seeable futuer. I lay Carpet, Vinyl, Laminate and have fitted altro and ploysafe flooring aswell in the past.. I am BSA approved in the UK and have a portfoilo with me. I was self employed back in the UK for 2 years and have done a 3 years apprentaship. CAN ANYONE HELP ME??? THANKS TIM
  7. Course: Certificate III in Floor Finishing & Covering at Holmesglen Institute of TAFE Check out the link above and scroll down to the units at the bottom, note you only have to do 27 of these units and not all of them depending on your specialisation........, the training college im dealing with have told me today that they are just awaiting clearence from the goverment but are very optimistic for exsisting carpet and vinyl fitters here to gain a aqf levell 3. Basically ive been told to start getting as much evidence together now, photo's, letters, references, proof of apprenticeship etc, basically anything that will prove my competence of the 27 units in the link above. I would recommend any carpet or floor finishers to start doing the same if they don't wish to hold out for pathway d to come back. I've been told to make a portfolio documenting my proof and evidence of my competence, once the college see's your evidence and are happy with it you then have to have a final assessment by a college here in the uk, this is the great thing you don't have to fly out to oz to do it. The only negitive is the cost will be around £1700, but half of whats been quoted on here and a proper registered college in floor covering. i will let you know more once he gets in touch again. jason