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Hi all,

I'm new to the site and am just about to start my training to become an electrician. Problem i have is I'm currently a supervisor in a factory and need to work on a site doing electrics to pass my NVQ. Is there anyone that maybe able to help me out with a job or maybe point me in the direction of someone who could. Im a hard worker (not shy of overtime), very good with power and hand tools. I've spent the last 3 year doing my own home up, redone all the plumbing minus the boiler. Built a retaining wall in rear garden and done some pointing on the house brickwork. Fitted outside bricklights, moved sockets and light fixtures. Just fitted a new kitchen and custom fit all led strips throughout. Also fully hardwired a network in my home when I was renovating. Also fitted CCTV front and back, hardwired.

So I'm 35 and worked in a factory for 16 years and discovered my passion for the trade when renovating my home, only wish I noticed earlier. So trying to make the change now. If anyone has done the career change please feel free to give me any hints because I cannot find much online. Although I am working my way through this site at the moment.

Thanks Anth
 

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