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suparams4ever

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New to all this so go easy with me.

Would like feedback from anyone who has been on this course at Technique Training ( Chesterfield )

I am looking at the prospect of losing my job in approx 2 months time, the industry I serve is very unique, jobs are hard to find at the momment.

I am thinking of changing careers, though I don't expect to do this course and become an electrcian overnight, I would like to carry out work on electrics and supplement the rest with my trade, then who knows.

I have read what various Electrcians have said on here, apprentice trained etc, but how much do you expect me to learn in 30 days ?

Will I need to work as an Electricans mate first of all ?

I am not looking at coming out of this training and straight into a van working self employed for 40k a year.

Let me have your thoughts, positive or negative.

Many Thanks
 
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do the course mate.Go work for someone for 2-3 years to get the on site experience.You will know when to go on your own.I did the course at tecnique.very good but i also had 20 years experience as a mate.good luck.ps the reds will stuff you tomorrow.nffc
 
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suparams4ever

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stidge

Thanks for that, just got to wait see what happens at work, but not looking good, had a friend who also went on this course, has been in the field for 12 months and doing ok, learn't a lot in a short space of time.

Think Forest will do well now you have Bill Davies, but wait till after Friday night, if you don't mind !!
 
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Agree I went to Technique, thought it was really good, very well ran.

I went to update qualifications and a bit of a refresher.

Do the course and try and get in as a sparks mate somewhere.


Buffet food was lovely aswell.

Goodluck but come on you Reds........No sheep at wembley!!!!;)
 
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