Hi guys,
I left school in 2018, the year before university fees rose dramatically. In my final year at school, people seemed to think that choosing a university course was the biggest decision anyone would make in their lives. I was not able to complete my degree due to financial problem.
When I started my job hunt, every single entry-level job I looked at said that the degree /diploma course was mandatory. I felt incapable like I had made a huge mistake. I used to share all my experiences with my friend. He recommended that compared to a degree course, completing a diploma course would be cost effective. And he also suggested doing a welding course that offers job-focused training. So, I decided to do so. Now, I am in search of a reputed welding school that includes highly qualified tutors. Can anyone recommend me one?