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    Unhappy onjob training/apprenticeship/gaining experiance.

    hi,
    i have compleated EASA B1 basic training from easa part 147 approved trg organisation. i have to gain 2years exp inorder to fulfill my B1 license requirements. inorder to gain this experiance what are best possible ways to start my career.
    i have searched many airline websites and job search engines, confused by what position i need to apply, like technician/mechanic or fitter. bcoz i have been searching for job since six months, i was unable to start my career and hugely disappointed of no work and also that i am unable to progress in career. i am also thinking to go for apprenticeship even and started looking for.
    i kindly request ,could anyone help me to guide for a progress in career and i will be most thankfull to the person who can suggest me about my problem. thanks for reading my message any advice is helpfull to me
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    Do you speak Scottish...?
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    with this nick name looks like chinese

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    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.
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    You will not be offered an apprenticeship in the UK as you:

    a) are already B1 licensed (I guess)
    b) over the age requirement best suited for this position (I guess)
    c) do not have a permanent UK visa or work permit for outside the EEA European Economic Area (I guess you are Tier 4 moving to Tier 2?)
    d) drive a large black car (I guess 54 Reg, VW)

    You should look for Trainee Positions as these have more flexibility. You will not be offered these posts as you:

    a) Not have a permanent UK visa or work permit for outside the EEA European Economic Area (I guess you are Tier 4 changing to Tier 2, max 5 years)
    b) Cannot guarantee to be around in 5 years time (I guess)
    c) drive a large black car (I guess VW)

    Companies would be apprehensive to employ you as they would see you as someone to just take the experience from them and not hang around for the career. Trainees are a burden (don't tell them this as they will get upset) on shift manpower. Companies want trainees who are committed to employment, to offset the drain on their trained supervisor skills.

    Your decision would have been easier prior to your Part-147 course as you may have been able to become trained with the right company. At least you've not wasted your time and money getting a aero degree, as you'd really be in trouble now.

    P.S. I'm guessing about the black car.

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    Is it because his car's black.....?
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    Nahhh.

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    I have a large black car.......




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    me too!

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    thanks mate, i am from india and i dont have any ristrictions on work bcoz am EU, been uk five years. if you have any info where can i find mechanic jobs-unlicensed, i mean any agencys that do contract or permenant. thank you

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