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I have been in the army for 14 years and during which time I have been working at weekends and my leave time for an electrician who taught me from scratch. Although this was all in the domestic side I have worked on several re wires of houses, replaced CU'S etc.



I currently hold 18th edition, Part P and a napit certificate of competence.



I am currently looking for any job opportunities with an electrician in the M3 corridor area to gain more experience or any guidance or advice of how to progress further leaving the forces into being an electrician would be greatly appreciated.



Thank you
 
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