electrician


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  • noun

Synonyms for electrician

a person who installs or repairs electrical or telephone lines

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He later joined firm Sunderland Forge as an electrician, where he worked on larger scale projects such as shipyards, hospitals and schools between 1970 and 1972 and also later in 1974 to 1979 in the North East.
If the electrician demands cash as payment and nothing else, this could be a sign of an electrician skirting the rules.
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After the mishap, the whereabouts of the unlicensed electrician was never known.
The electrician should leave you with a few, temporary sockets that still work, so you can still operate extension leads from them, but the new cables won't be live which leaves you with very limited electrics.
REGIONAL CHAMP Alec Corner, 21, who has won through to the national finals of a competition to find the UK Apprentice Electrician of the Year.
According to the charge sheet, prosecutors said an Indian electrician, B.
Shaun is the first to admit that he never imagined himself back in the classroom and learning new skills, let alone finding the determination to become a fullyqualified electrician.
As part of the Solar Photovoltaic System Electrician Program at Texas' Lone Star College-Tomball, students teamed with a local homebuilder to provide solar panel consultation to a resident hoping to build "green.
Depending on the type of qualification an electrician has, and the level of specialist training gained from valuable on- the-job experience, electricians can work in a number of different sectors.
Many electrician training programs offer the usual topics in wiring, relay controls, circuit breakers, and motor contactors.
THE body of a Bangladeshi electrician, who was electrocuted while fixing a wire at a Sanabis farm, will be repatriated on Thursday.
To be an electrician, you should be competent with a range of tools, be good at maths and science, especially physics, to follow technical drawings and instructions and be methodical and pay attention to detail.
A former Birmingham Post & Mail employee who worked as an electrician for more than 40 years has died.
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