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UK Electrical Apprenticeship and education help?

UK Electrical Apprenticeship and education help?

Old Feb 19th 2012, 9:54 pm
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Default UK Electrical Apprenticeship and education help?

Hi,

Have posted previous about this but just seeking further clarification if possible.

Am UK citizen. Left school at 16. Am sure I started at 4 but have no proof obviously. Will I be able to claim 12 years full time education for this?

I completed a CITB electrical installation apprenticeship. It was a 5 year program consisting of 2 years college + 3 years job experience culminating in a practical test at a training centre to complete and be awarded electrician status. However, due to my skill level, I was able to complete this in 3 years. Can I claim this as full time equivalent and get 5 years for it.

Am hoping therefore can claim 22 points based on at least 15 years education + trade certificate.

Thoughts please?

Many thanks


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