Advice please Mr.Miller

Old Jul 21st 2005, 7:56 pm
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HI,

I have asked this question before but have got conflicting answers and was wondering if you could shed any light on it.

My boyfriend has got a City and Guilds in furniture restoration and he says that he did this over 2 years at college, 1 day and 1 night per week (approx 15 hours per week)

He also did some on the job training but he is unsure over which time period this was, as it led to a permanant job where he remained for 15 years. He thinks it was at least one year but more likely two.

Do you know what level I could claim for the adaptability points ( I am the principal applicant)? I was thinking a 1 year diploma, trade certificate or apprenticeship and 13 years of full time education (12 years at school and 1 for his post school education).

Your advice would be greatly appreciated.

Katy
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Old Jul 22nd 2005, 1:26 am
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Sorry, but I can't tell you anything without making full assessment of your bf's education.

Originally Posted by ktp
HI,

I have asked this question before but have got conflicting answers and was wondering if you could shed any light on it.

My boyfriend has got a City and Guilds in furniture restoration and he says that he did this over 2 years at college, 1 day and 1 night per week (approx 15 hours per week)

He also did some on the job training but he is unsure over which time period this was, as it led to a permanant job where he remained for 15 years. He thinks it was at least one year but more likely two.

Do you know what level I could claim for the adaptability points ( I am the principal applicant)? I was thinking a 1 year diploma, trade certificate or apprenticeship and 13 years of full time education (12 years at school and 1 for his post school education).

Your advice would be greatly appreciated.

Katy
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