Then you should add this information to your ‘tool kit’.
- Larger electrical companies will offer apprentice interviews to students who have sat an electrical pre-apprenticeship test and registered their interest for an electrical apprenticeship on-line.
- The test is not difficult, it is set at Year 10 level. An average level of English Comprehension and Mathematics should assist you to successfully complete the test.
- Of course, the better your results, the better your chances are of picking up an apprenticeship.
- You can even try practice exams prior to registering.
Where is this practice test?
What next?… NECA
- To find out how the results of your (real) test are used and to register to sit the ‘real thing’ (NECA) – read the information supplied here.
- You will see that you cannot just sit back and relax once you have done the test.
- You need to remain proactive in your quest for an electrical apprenticeship.
And then there is…. energizeoz
- This link (below) explains things very nicely about registering with energizeoz.
NECA or Energizeoz?
- Should you register with one or the other?
- Both! Don’t be shy, the more tools in your career ‘tool-kit’ the better!