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Created On: 13 April 2012 10:46 AM
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 13 April 2012 10:46 AM
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Hi everybody!

I'd like to know if a 33 year old man without previous experience, planning to spend next 2-3 years in training, has a chance in getting some international electrical cetrificate allowing him to find a job in Australia? My boyfriend is looking for some courses, but we cannot find any course with international value. He's EU member, but comes from Spain, what's the problem when considering going to the college (he doesn't have GSCE). But maybe is there something we can do? We would really like to go to Australia in next 2-3 years but we don't want to make wrong decision by making a course which won't be valuable. Do you know if there is anything we can do?

Thanks for any help!


 13 April 2012 09:13 PM
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A great way to find out your possibilities, is to go to the engineering jobs exhibition at NEC in Birmingham. Its on the 27th and 28th April and would be great opportunity for you both!

Also any accredited courses by the IET are internationally recognised, but the type of course you want to go on just depends on what electrics/engineering sector you want to go into.

Hope this helps,

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