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Hi, I am currently studying my 2330 level 2 and I'm struggling to find someone who will take me on as a trainee so I can start my NVQ 3.
Are there any other routes to getting my NVQ than gaining full time employment? Would it be possible to build a portfolio by just going around with an electrician on my days off from work and how long would it take?
Thank you.
 
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You dont need to be in full time employment. You can be part time. if you do your quickstep online index i think you pay them a fee and you can take aslong as you like, most people i know who have done it this way have taken them around 6-9 months working on it in the evenings and weekends. I think There's certain qualifications needed before you start this.
 
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