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InconspicuousAC

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Hey guys!

Just signed up today and thought i'd throw a message in the forum to introduce myself.

I'm Andy, currently attending evening college to study C&G 2365 level 2. It's a complete career change for me, having worked since i was 16 (12 years!!) as an auditor. Stepping out of my comfort zone and pushing myself to do something i enjoy rather than letting life pass by.

I've enjoyed every second of the college so far, working with my hands and using my head for mathematics and problem solving is exactly what i was looking for, beats sitting in an office all day! I'm incredibly keen to learn so appreciate all you guys on the forum helping newbies to the electrical scene out.

Level 2 finishes in June, and i'll be throwing myself straight on to level 3 in September of this year.

Look forward to soaking up all your wisdom!

Cheers,
Andy :smile:
 
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Hi and welcome. You made the right choice. Now do not go and get electrocuted.
 

InconspicuousAC

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Haha thanks everyone!

Other than the classic tongue on a 9v battery as a kid I'm yet to experience the introductory shock, I would say I can't wait, but for this I actually can :laughing:

Can't wait to pick all your brains! :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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Haha thanks everyone!

Other than the classic tongue on a 9v battery as a kid I'm yet to experience the introductory shock, I would say I can't wait, but for this I actually can :laughing:

Can't wait to pick all your brains! :thumbsup::thumbsup:
First thing I do with a 9v battery - must be just me!
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My first thought when I started was ‘what’s the correct way to joint a cable that needs extending’ - many joints later, the rest is history!
 

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