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i started a electrical course today at a company in Kent, its a part P, 17th edition and inspection/testing course...... absolutley mind blowing!!!

not going to be too harsh on myself though as i have no experience in electrics..... YET!!
 
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Good luck mate. You have a lot to learn, but learn it in small bits.

My advice, learn 3 things today, that you didn't know yesterday. As you progress, keep a work diary, in it record all your experiences, you will refer back to it over time, and as you learn it will remind you of the things that you forget. Take notes, draw diagrams.

The main thing, is learn to walk before you can run, take it slowly.

Cheers............Howard
 
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gsxr-rider

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all my experience is in mechanical including hydraulics so its a total change for me!!!


thanks guys for your kind words i will take on board allwords and advice any and all can offer!!

have a great day!!!
 

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