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Any work out in London electrician mate

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by abwooli, 9 Jan 2017.

  1. abwooli

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    Hello guys just another post thread

    Am looking for work experience as a electrician mate.

    Am fully qualified plumber and gas
    Iam currently full time employed with a heating firm

    But out of my own developemet and intrest am studying to become an electrician city and guilds.


    Level 2 for 2 years part time
    Then if all goes well progress to level 3
    Not doing quick fix courses.

    I did pass my 17 th edition just reading hard but as u know 17th donot make u a sparky.

    I have tried to look on net, there is loads work but they looking mainly for full time guys

    So I thought I would give this a try.
    I have a mature attitude towards work.
    Am grown man with a family
    So I won't bewasting your time time and mine.

    I have my own tools plumbing and electrical and my own transport
    College is going great but need more practise to get me out there

    Areas I can cover Around M25

    Guys if you know any one or you looking for any help with a reasonable pay.
    I will put in the work donot worry about that much appreciated

    Sorry for my typing errors sht phne

    Cheers
     
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    You won't be able to carry much kit on this:

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    Lol Nic one pal that's my boy's toy, gets my stress off on a long day
     
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    Get me out of C charge and no parking and out of traffic to
     
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    A friend of my Dad used to be a biker. He had kept his leathers and helmet, and at the age of 70-odd could still get into them. His grandson garaged his R1 with him while he went abroad. One day he thought "Oh go on then".

    He survived, but found it a very chastening experience.
     
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    So any weekend wrk pal
     
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    'fraid not - I'm not an electrician.

    But I wish you well, and I commend your initiative and attitude in what you are doing. I'm pretty sure that someone like you will succeed over and above a bunch of spotty youths who are only doing the course because they've been incentivised to pick something.
     
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    Cheers
     
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