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Right, i am currently just starting the first year of my 'time' which will take 4 years to complete. I will be qualifying with a HNC in Electrical Engineering aswell as completing all the other relevant qualifications along the way (17th edition etc) which will be paid for by my company.

Basically time seems to fly now for me and i can see these 4 years going by very fast. Although the job im doing now is ideal for an apprenticeship as they will pay for all my tools, exams etc it is not really what i want to do once qualified. It is quite boring and not hugely well paid and is more of a job to do at the end of your career as a spark rather than when you are younger.

I am looking into different options to look at when i finish and want to try and get it all sorted for then and be well prepared. Thinking of lots of different things - job in OZ, work down in London, on the Oil Rigs..etc..etc?

Any advice on a good career path to take as an electrician starting off would be great! Cheers lads and hope to be on here more often now im registered :)
 
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