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Hi there basicly im 19 i have level 1 and level 2 C+G 2330 exam certificates, all health and saftey cirtificates, and now i'm wanting to continue my training.

I worked for an industrial company for 2 years, left there after being made redundant and tried for a year sending c.v's and applications to god knows how many electrical companys industrial and domestic with no luck.

So bottom line is i'm thinking of doing one of these courses that seem to be all the rage, just looking for some advice to weather this is the correct route to go down, even though doing industrial practical and a little domestic, i think i'd rather go down the domestic side of things.

Advice and thoughts much appriciated
thanks in advance

Rich
 
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Hi Rich, where are you based? There are many good providers out there offering pretty much the same thing, whats your testing like? I take it your practical installation work is pretty honed by now, so you dont need to waste you time ands money taking the early practical side again, but consider a centre that would expand you practical skills with some experience work within the centre.

Get back to me and I will help where possible

Steve
 
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Hi Rich, where are you based? There are many good providers out there offering pretty much the same thing, whats your testing like? I take it your practical installation work is pretty honed by now, so you dont need to waste you time ands money taking the early practical side again, but consider a centre that would expand you practical skills with some experience work within the centre.

Get back to me and I will help where possible

Steve
This thread is very near 3 YEARS OLD.;)
 
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stevechambers

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Sorry lenny, yes I noticed that after I had replied, what a doughnut I am, I will check next time, Thanks for the nod
 
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