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Hi, I'm in need of a bit of advice. I am 35, and live in the Manchester area and i want to become a domestic electrician. I have looked at some home learning courses like the olci etc, but I'm not sure that £6000 is a wise investment when I am only doiny 25 days of practical learning. I have also looked at night school, although this is a lot cheeper, I don't know if I can wait 3 Years in my present job! I have asked a couple of local sparks about becoming a sparkys mate, but in the present climate theres not a lot happening.
I wanted to train as an electrician when I left school, but other opportunities came my way, which I now regret. Also I have a freind who is a Builder and he is encouraging me to do it becouse he needs an eletrician for some of his jobs.
So basically, do i go the quick and expensive route, or the take my time and hope I can join an electrician as a mate/ trainee as soon as poss.
Any advice will be very welcome.
 
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no, but he's had 5 years to do it by now.
 
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