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  1. DeanoRN
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    DeanoRN Trainee Access

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    Hi there,

    I've started looking for for some electricians mates work, i started doing my C&G 2365 level 2 in sept and it is going surprising well and i am desperate to get out with an electrician.

    My situation is i'm a 33 year old bloke who drives and would be willing to work at a reduced rate and start at the bottom of the rung so to speak cleaning up, getting tools etc to build up experience but have some various basic electrical experience obviously

    my question is, will i find it hard to find part time work 3 days a week and willing to do weekends with a sparky even at a reduced rate and willingness to drive where ever the work may be with limited experience but a desire to work hard?

    Also any tips would be great

    Cheers

    Deano
     
  2. Jay Sparks
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    You could try and send a letter/email to companies explaining all the above. Include your CV as well. That's what I did years ago and out of 50 letters, I got two replies. One said thanks but nothing going at the moment, the other was for an interview. I went to the interview and go the job. It was 3 days a week and worked around my college days. It won't be easy but if you persist, you might get lucky. I used online directories to find company names, addresses etc. You could also try visiting sites near you, you never know.

    Good Luck.

    Jay
     
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  3. DeanoRN
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    cheers mate, i have sent off a few cv's but nothing so far wanted to get xmas out the way and wait till the new year till i really start pushing to find some experience, it is definitely harder when you can only work 3 days a week.

    hopefully summit will pop up.

    Dean
     
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