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Last updated: 11/09/2019

How to become a Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Technician

Non-destructive testing (NDT) technicians examine the physical properties of materials and components to detect corrosion, cracks, flaws and other imperfections which could lead to unreliability in product performance or in the worst case, product failure. They also inspect plant machinery to determine if maintenance is necessary. It is essential that the testing process itself does not have any d ...
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How to become a vehicle electrician

Vehicle, or auto electricians, are the brains behind the electronic locking system, radio and electric windows in your car. Fitting and installing all types of electrical and electronic systems, if you love cars and the satisfaction of finding and fixing faults, this could be a job for you. As the technology we put into our cars gets more complex, the need for vehicle electricians increases.
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How to become a Hospital Porter

Hospital porters move patients around the hospital, for example, taking someone from a ward to the x-ray department and back again. They use a wheelchair or sometimes a trolley. They would also remove dead bodies from the ward to the mortuary. Other duties are likely to include taking meals to patients and clean linen to wards; moving furniture and equipment; and delivering post, files and specime ...
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How to become a Manufacturing Production Planner

Manufacturing production planners are responsible for the planning and smooth running of production processes in a manufacturing company. They draw up a schedule of work, which is agreed with the production manager or director. The schedule contains details of the materials and machines to be used, cost of materials, mechanical and human resources, the time required to do the job, and the quality ...
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How to become a chiropodist

A chiropodist (also known as a podiatrist) keeps feet healthy. As a chiropodist you will care for your patient’s feet and lower legs, treating common problems like bunions and performing physical exams, blood tests and x-rays. It may sound like a walk in the park (pardon the pun), but you will need to be medically trained and deal with a wide range of ailments, diseases and deformities.
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