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GentlemanSparky

Hey guys,

Im studying a level 2 QCF in electrotechnical engineering, and hoping to go to The College Of North West London to do the level 3 extended diploma in September.

Anyone else taking this route or similar?

Cheers
 

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GentlemanSparky

Sadly at 26, I'm classed as to old for most apprenticeships so I'm facing an uphill battle on that one. Work experience seems to be the best shot I can see to supplement the QCF...
 

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