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duncan1

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Hi there, im new to here,

basically im looking for work, full time or part time.I have had a good amount of training,cs units 30,31,32,39,40,41 and a lot of experience in felling, but have been unable to find much in the way of climbing work, although i still practice a couple of times a week if i have time.

I am also studying for the AA tech cert, which is going well, but means i would something prefer part time.

If anyone can help it would be much appreciated.

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hi there. Im studying with the SAC, its been quite interesting so far,although i had a horrible cold for the first two lessons, which was a pain in the arse. its a pretty long drive (two and a bit hours) but is well worth it.

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Hi did my rfs cert arb with sac are you getting to do it in the conference bit at new lanark? who is your lecturers? I enjoyed my time going down to lanark

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No our classes are actually in south Glasgow,in the Daldowie training centre, but i think i know where your talking about,i went to a seminar in the summer at the New Lanark mill hotel, if thats where you mean.

So far my tutors have been Matt Cooper and Chris Simpson, but i heard Chris has left sac in the past week or so.

Where about are you from mate?

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You're on the same course as me, I'm trying hard to put a face to the name now. Did you miss the first lecture?

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Yeah i managed to miss the first lecture,i was ill, bit of a nightmare really. I would have probably have missed most recent one too, my accelerator cable snapped the night before on my way home from dundee, luckily it was canceled.

Im the youngest person in the class if that helps. how are you finding things so far?

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Finding it ok so far, I think it was worth the money when you consider what you get. Getting to Glasgow is a pain though.

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