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Steven beard

New EF Member
hi there just introducing myself. I’m 28 and currently looking for a career change to become an electrician. Going to get access to the trainee forum. I’m based in Glasgow any advice on where to start would be very much appreciated

Thanks

Steven
 

Spoon

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Welcome to the asylum mate.
What is your present job?
What type of electrician are you looking at? Domestic, Commercial or Industrial?
Domestic section is saturated at the mo..... just for info.
 

Steven beard

New EF Member
Would like to start off as domestic and then learn commercial and industrial. Currently working as a yard supervisor with a tower crane company. I know a bit about electrics at the moment and with my job also work with the electrics on cranes sometimes
 

Matthewd29

Regular EF Member
Would like to start off as domestic and then learn commercial and industrial. Currently working as a yard supervisor with a tower crane company. I know a bit about electrics at the moment and with my job also work with the electrics on cranes sometimes
There is definetly a market for working on cranes and machinery in factories for example
 

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