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  1. Residential Electrical Forum
    Hello all, For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Seabees, we're US Navy general construction (and a ton of other stuff baked in). I've been an electrician in the Seabees for a decade, but that definitely doesn't mean I have 10 years' equivalent electrical experience compared to civilian...
  2. Electrician Apprentice Forum
    Hi, this is kind of a two-fold question. I'm trying to emigrate to canada and PNP programs need a certificate of qualification to be accepted. I have about 4800 hours of work I can refference for in the field from an Argentine employer but aside from my Argentine electrician license (which...
  3. Looking For Work
    Hey Guys, I see that in the past there has been a lot talk about work over seas. Does anyone have the scoop as to what the work scene is like now? I thought It might be and adventurous way to make some good money.
  4. New Member Introductions
    I've been in college for a year trying to be an engineer, studying hours and hours only to end up doing poorly. I got tired of doing it, feeling defeated so started looking into becoming an electrician. I didn't like the idea of signing a contract to work for a union so instead I apply for work...
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    Good day I work for a company called Ngwekaza an electrical company located in South Africa we do electrification's in rural areas situated in the western cape we also do vendor work for Eskom the leading power suppler in South Africa . Our work involves Low to Medium Voltage work...
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