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Good morning (Buenos dias)
#1
Good morning (Buenos dias),

I am a Spanish lad, working in the UK for a big company as an Asssistant Signalling Designer.

Just wanted to say hello to both, new and old members. 

I already been accepted as a Accredited Technician for IRSE.
My next step will be preparing the exam focusing mainly in modules: 1, 2, 3 & 5 which will help me to develop skills within the work.

Any advice's or suggestion's?

Many thanks
Carlos
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(11-04-2016, 09:16 AM)martinez.garcia.carlos Wrote: Good morning (Buenos dias),

I am a Spanish lad, working in the UK for a big company as an Asssistant Signalling Designer.

Just wanted to say hello to both, new and old members. 

I already been accepted as a Accredited Technician for IRSE.
My next step will be preparing the exam focusing mainly in modules: 1, 2, 3 & 5 which will help me to develop skills within the work.

Any advice's or suggestion's?

Many thanks
Carlos
Welcome,

It is never to early to start studying, but it can be too early to sit the exam.  I think that most people would be best to concentrate on getting an IRSE licence first.  If you can, join a Study Group or set up one with some like minded colleagues as better than attempting to do the preparation on your own.

The mod 2-3-5 event in Derby on 2nd & 3rd July is not only for people doing the exam in October 2016 but also for those just thinking about attempting in a future year, so may be worth registering to attend this to find out a bit more and meet some more people.  If you are not already on the IRSE Younger Members' email list then you are unlikely to have the details for this, but there is a copy of the flyer that you can download from the YM Events- 2016 section of this website.
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#3
Hola,

Which corner of the UK are you working in? Attending a study group would be helpful.

Why did you select Module 5?
Le coureur
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