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Tips from steel Frabators / welders who applied for TRA

Old Aug 17th 2007, 8:54 am
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Question Tips from steel Frabators / welders who applied for TRA

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we are gathering all the information for my husbands TRA i have his trade papers letters from employers confirming employment and work completed plus examples of drawings that he worked on.
we got a break down explaining the FAS training and explaining about his trade im just wondering is that enough any tips would be great
Thanks
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Old Aug 17th 2007, 8:49 pm
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Hi

we are gathering all the information for my husbands TRA i have his trade papers letters from employers confirming employment and work completed plus examples of drawings that he worked on.
we got a break down explaining the FAS training and explaining about his trade im just wondering is that enough any tips would be great
Thanks
just bumping it up thanks
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Old Aug 19th 2007, 11:13 am
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Hi, you have enough info there. I'm a metal machinist and got my TRA back in 2 weeks.
Best of luck, Mark
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Hi

we are gathering all the information for my husbands TRA i have his trade papers letters from employers confirming employment and work completed plus examples of drawings that he worked on.
we got a break down explaining the FAS training and explaining about his trade im just wondering is that enough any tips would be great
Thanks
OH is a Sheet Metal Worker and sounds like you got more stuff than we had to send off and ours came back really quickly to!!
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Old Aug 20th 2007, 10:28 am
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OH is a Sheet Metal Worker and sounds like you got more stuff than we had to send off and ours came back really quickly to!!
Thanks guys its such a worry this part we really want to make sure qwe have every thing right
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