Originally Posted by Tinkerer58
Don't do the hobby courses I started Certificate 3 and then also did Autocad and Inventor. Had a number of subjects that I told them just to give me the tests if I passed all good if I failed I'd do the class. Got destictions in handtools, presision measuring, engineering maths, Autocad, Inventor, technical drawing, and communications. But only just passed the welding as I basically go blind once the flash starts even with darkest lens due to cattaracts. So now only have machining left to do and with my Electronics engineering Degree I have enough points to achieve Certificate 4. Hpoefully should have it all completed next year. May even go further to see if can can get Diploma. (and please don't ask me about electronics please I hate it as my oldman forced me into that and I'm 15 years out of it thank God) LOL
Hi Tinkerer58 - No chance of me doing any hobby metal courses, or any other courses. I like being an independent learner and now with the Internet anything is possible. I do enjoy electronics - playing with Arduino at the moment, and intend to purchase a RaspberryPi when the "Boss" isn't looking.
Will get around to building that engine one day.