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  1. Adam perks
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    Adam perks New EF Member

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    Hi guys


    First post on here so here goes....


    Im currently taking the 2365 ( level 2) qualification and I'm after some advice on the ecs cards.

    Im looking for some shadowing work and I was wondering if a ecs card would be require for shadowing, and not only that but how would a ecs card work under my circumstance. I don't work in the trade so would I need a labours card or could I go for a trainee card???

    Any response would be much appreciated,

    Thank you
     
  2. Rpa07
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    Rpa07 2000 posts - only 46379 behind Telectrix! Electrician's Arms

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    I ended up with 'ancillary operative' but some get 'adult trainee' - either way as long as you get one you are better off. Put in for it as soon as possible - it used to take months but recent reports suggest that may have improved. Having a card will only benefit your journey. All the best
     
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  3. Adam perks
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    Adam perks New EF Member

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    Thank you, much appreciated.
     
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