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Hello everyone,

I'm an apprentice working for a residential electrician in Canada. We do mostly reno work but get odd new houses to wire. I started working in the trade when I was 16, I worked summers for my uncle who worked on lots of control and automation but, did lots of industrial work as well. He did everything from laser cnc machines to air breakers. Currently I'm a level 1 apprentice on the waiting list to go for my first block of courses.
 

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Hello everyone,

I'm an apprentice working for a residential electrician in Canada. We do mostly reno work but get odd new houses to wire. I started working in the trade when I was 16, I worked summers for my uncle who worked on lots of control and automation but, did lots of industrial work as well. He did everything from laser cnc machines to air breakers. Currently I'm a level 1 apprentice on the waiting list to go for my first block of courses.
Good luck with school, and welcome aboard...:thumbsup:
 

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Hello Michoi:thumbsup:

welcome to ET:thumbsup:

please understand we are a collective consortium of 1000's of years of experience

which can be somewhat 'in yer face' at time

don't be afraid to ask, but do keep that in mind

good luck

~CS~
 

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Hello everyone,

I'm an apprentice working for a residential electrician in Canada. We do mostly reno work but get odd new houses to wire. I started working in the trade when I was 16, I worked summers for my uncle who worked on lots of control and automation but, did lots of industrial work as well. He did everything from laser cnc machines to air breakers. Currently I'm a level 1 apprentice on the waiting list to go for my first block of courses.
welcome sir to ET

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