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Sparky_Ben

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I have been looking on the internet for various books to help with my course and I came across the on site guide. Do you think this would be useful to help with my 2330 so that I know in my own mind that I am working to the regs which could help with my practical work at college?
Would this be a good idea do you think?

Thanks in advance
 
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Guest123

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Hi mate.

Yeah, on site guide is a brilliant bit of kit, much easier to understand and find definate answers in than the old red bible.

Get it.
 
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irishsailor

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Hi Mate

Yes agree, also the JTL books are very good as they run pretty well with the course.
 
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Sparky_Ben

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Yes I have th JTL book we were given this at the start of the year seems to be a very good book and does go along exactly with each unit. I am just looding for additional books to help along the way.
 
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RETIREDSPARKY

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Take care with the JTL books. 1. you both books for level 2 as there are parts of book 2 you will need for your first year and 2. there quite a lot of mistakes in the books.
 
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