Just so you don't think I once changed a plug socket and then felt qualified to be a handyman, here are my qualifications.

I worked for 22 years as a technician in the RAF, starting in basic airframe and working up to project managing teams.
You might ask why being able to fix an aeroplane means I can fix a tap, put in a fence or felt a shed roof?
Well, engineering uses all kinds of tools and techniques which are transferable skills.
If I can rivet a plane wing on, I can rivet a chicken shed. Plumbing is simple after working with aviation hydraulics pipeworks.
Electrics - anyone 'competent' can do simple electrics which aren't Part P notifiable. I don't do Part P work.
You may also be asking what money laundering, change managment and Prince2 project management is doing here?
Simple - I worked in banks and for the government for 10 years after leaving the RAF and that's what I did.
Then I chose to leave that world and do something that interests me, and now I hope I can help you.

Aircraft Mechanic Airframe 1985

Engineering Craft Studies 1 1986

Mechanical Specialisations 1986

Aeronautical Engineering 2 1990

Aircraft Technician Airframe 1990

NVQ Level 3 Aircraft Engineering Maintenance (components) 1997

Trade Management Training 1999

Trade Management Training 1999

Aeronautical Engineering Studies 3 Airframe 2003

Intermediate Management and Leadership 2005

HND Aerospace Engineering 2005

Trade Management Training II 2006

HND Mechanical Engineering 2006

Lean Fundamentals 2006

Quality Management Audit Skills 2006

Managing Safely 2008

Change Leadership 2008

Lean Tools and Techniques 2008

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 2008

Prince2 Registered Practitioner 2008

Anti Money Laundering 2018