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    Suggestions / advice / help.....

    Hi all, me again. Hopefully this is the right thread if not I'm sure it will get moved. As some of you may know from my earlier post I am offering free labour in return for experience. For those that don't know, in a nutshell I was leaving the military, completed the domestic installer course...
  2. SWD

    Don't you just love helping

    out a neighbour to repair a puncture on their Range Rover and they ask you would you like this, oooh I wouldn't say no, hardly used.
  3. R

    Looking for a helping hand around Liverpool & North West

    Hello, I am currently looking to gain some experience, whilst I am studying, I am immediately available and can work any hours that are needed. City & Guilds 2365 Level 2 Currently studying City & Guilds 2365 Level 3 ECS Labourers Card Own Hand Tools & PPE Own PL & PI Insurance Full Clean...
  4. InconspicuousAC

    A helping hand, Manchester/South MCR

    Hey guys, I'm nearing the end of my City & Guilds level 2 course at evening college, and would love to get some knowledge and experience from veteran Electricians under my belt! If anyone needs a spare pair of hands on any weekend in the Manchester/ South Manchester area, i'd love the...
  5. BruvDunk

    Is the Youtube generation helping the trade?

    Recently been watching a few Youtube videos/ blogs of sparks filming their day to day stuff. Just wondering about if this is good thing for the trade? Surely it gives the DIYers some more info on carrying out stuff that should be left to qualified folk.. Any thoughts ?
  6. 7029 dave

    My thumbs are split to hell

    Okay folks, it's this time of year again, my thumbs are cracked and split with the cold weather so painful,even with cut gloves which I wear are not helping, any body else suffer this.?
  7. M

    Need MCS Cert?

    You accreditation not going to be through in time? Need your install signing off? PM me. I will come and inspect then certify.
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