Re: onjob training/apprenticeship/gaining experiance.
So shall we help the guy or not?
Dont get me wrong though, I'm all for taking the pi$$.
So TK, Where are you from? Where do you want to work? Are you fixed wing or rotary? What did you do before your course? have you got any experience in anything?
Technician, mechanic and fitter are generally much the same thing, ie an unlicenced maintenance mechanic (someone is bound to tell me I'm wrong but thats the way I see it).
Just keep looking and apply for everything, send your CV out to everyone but you might want to seek some help with writing it if your first post is a good example of your level of english. Your first job will be hard to find, especially in the current economic climate, so stick at it and work hard, once you get some experience behind you the jobs should get easier to find.
If I agree with you, we'll both be wrong!