Apprenticeships in Scotland
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Kitchen fitters install whole kitchens into people’s homes and commercial properties and workplaces. They measure and assemble each kitchen unit, cut and fit worktops including cornice and plinth.
There are no set qualifications that kitchen fitters need to have studied at school to begin a career in the industry. It helps, though, to have GCSEs including 9-4 (A*-C) in maths and English or equivalent such as Scottish Nationals or the Welsh Baccalaureate, to help with the calculations you do in the role.
Many kitchen fitters have qualifications in other trades such as joinery, plumbing or electrical installation. Employers might take you on if you have experience in a related area such as carpentry, plastering or tiling.
A good way into the job is through a construction apprenticeship with a local company.
Salaries depend on location, employer and any overtime you may do.
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