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44 years young and the knees have packed up due to all the crawling around in lofts/on floors etc.
Moved into teaching electrical installation 4 years ago and work at a college.
Been through the bad times before (late 80's) and wish everybody out there still doing it the best of luck!!!
 
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Been prompted to do a bit of an intro so here goes!
44 years young and the knees have packed up due to all the crawling around in lofts/on floors etc.
Moved into teaching electrical installation 4 years ago and work at a college.
Been through the bad times before (late 80's) and wish everybody out there still doing it the best of luck!!!

Hey,Darren!Teaching electrical installations is my dream, but is there a way of doing it without wearing out my joint?Namely my highest qualification is th 2391 (inspection and testing) whats the next academic step up according to you Darren?
 
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Dave

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Hello and welcome to the forums.
 
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darran

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Depends what aspects and how you want to teach! I am full time, others prefer part time (e.g. teaching short courses such as 2391).
The teaching qualifications (The Certificate in Education) can be gained while in post, I did mine that way, or by enrolling to do them at a college- but you will need some teaching hours as part of the qualification is observed teaching practice.
There are lots of ways in.

Regards

Darran
 
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