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Hi! Sorry i'm new LOL

I've done a foundation degree in Sound Engineering for 2 years, graduated and i've decided on a career change (well sort of because some people would say electronics and sound go hand in hand).

I want to be (well i hope to be) a fully qualified electrician, but does me having a foundation degree (HE qualification) and having a student loan stop me or make it harder for me to reach my goal?

I'm in Doncaster by the way. I've been looking at the 2330 level 2 course at Sheffield college, but is there another one nearby that you'd reccomend? Is the 2330 best for starting out?

I'm willing to work my a55 offl!

Thanks in advance!
 
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depends what you want to achive fully qualified C & G 2330 1,2, is good start and then level 3 but still need onsite exp best to try get in with a local spark then C & G 2391-10 test & inspection then mabe C & G 2391-20 design errection and verification of electrical installations plus 17th ed (2382) but if only want to do domestics EAL VRQ level 2 domestic installers then 17th ed then C & G 2392 fundimental testing & inspection covers upto 100A larger more complex and 3 ph need the C & G 2391-10 BUT 2392 first then when you get lots of exp testing & inspecting C & G 2391-10 will be easier. also depends on finances you might be better doing domestics as an approved installer then doing this in your spare time as a start while doing the 2330 etc that way you can still get experiance and work for a spark and earn a bit while your working towards the fully qualified sparks quals.
 
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