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Hi all,
As this is my very frst post, i'd like to say a big Hello to all and everyone, spent a couple of hours reading many posts and it makes for an interesting read I must say...

I am looking to get a permanent job as an Electrician, and being "out of the game" I'm looking to get upto speed as it were. The grades of being an electrician have always confused me, and i'm still no wiser now!

I am 31, and have the current qualifications on my JIB card:

Front - JIB Grade Electrician
Rear - NVQ Level 3, I.E.E. Wiring Regs 16th Edition

I remember doing the AM1 & AM2, and also passing a Insp & Test exam (this is definitely the weakest part of my game - it was 10 years ago! - and haven't done ANY testing since)

I took the H&S test to "renew" my card 12 months ago, so that's all good and despite the fact i'm qualified, I wouldn't feel confident going out to do my own work so wouldn't put that onus on a company I will (hopefully) end up being employed by.

I would like to spend a couple of years employed, with the view of going it alone as a man and a van servicing the local area....So would need to have that experience and the correct qualifications by then.

Any help / input would be greatly appreciated.....as would any advice on which courses to attend locally.

Thanks all,

Craig
 
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