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Topic Title: Qualified electrician??
Topic Summary: What next?? Can anyone help??
Created On: 14 November 2012 10:37 AM
Status: Post and Reply
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14 November 2012 10:37 AM
My name is Mat I am 23 from leeds and are looking to get qualified.
I was unfortunate to not get an apprenteship when leaving school so I enrolled myself in college and completed city&guilds level 2 and 3.
I do have good experience in the industry and have my ECS card.
I had a year or so out of the electrical industry. Earlier this year I completed my 17th edition.
I'm looking now to complete my 2356 NVQ level 3. A few things.....
Would this grade me qualified when completed??
Would I be better waiting and doing the new 2357 NVQ level 3??
What's the best way to go about getting qualified??
Can anyone explain the change of the NVQ level 3??
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