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  1. TobiRolph

    TobiRolph New Member

    Good Morning Lads,

    I need some advice if possible, I've been out of the game for maybe 7 years due to different reasons but now I want back in. I completed an apprenticeship and NVQ 2 but never got to progress further, but I've got the bug again. I realised that I'm under qualified and need to get back into the swing of things so maybe trying to do some free labouring etc with someone or do I go throught an intensive course to get back upto speed with the industry before trying for level 3.

    Any advice is grateful.

    Thanks
     
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