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What qualifications do you need to do your job? Either now or to get it in the first place. (You don't have to say what you do if you don't want to of course).

asked in Employment, qualifications

alexis101 answers:

I had to do a short training course at college which gave me basic skills. I then did various other courses with the employer and also have several years of experience in my chosen career. I haven't always been in my current profession but i'm glad i made the change because i don't think i'd have been happy in what i was doing to begin with.

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w.j.flywheel answers:

None whatsoever!

(Although warm and walking IS an advantage.)

I think from that description it wouldn't be too hard to work out what I do.

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Reckless19 answers:

5 GCSE A-Cs. Wasn't really essential, just helped.

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Neko2 answers:

A diploma or, preferrably a BA in nursing, (Mental Health.)

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Aiming4777 answers:

The equivalent of a Masters Degree in bluffing got me the job. Honing those skills has enabled me to keep it

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spidersinthekitchen answers:

#I graduated from the Universty of Life
and the school of hard knocks, sir.

I wasn't ask for any quals, I got it based on experience. Just as well I wasn't asked, I'm not much of an exam taker or essay writer. As is common knowledge I tossed of my last year and had very dismal GCSEs.

I am like Ganesha, "It is widely believed that "Wherever there is Ganesha, there is Success and Prosperity" and "Wherever there is Success and Prosperity there is Ganesha". He is the Lord of Obstacles both of a material and spiritual order. He is capable of placing obstacles in the path of those who need to be checked, and can remove blockages just as easily. (Wiki of course)

Sadly, only meagre success and prosperity comes my way, the success and prosperity is for my employers.

I am an enabler, a fixer. I know a geezer, who knows a geezer to make things happen, yesterday. I am the conduit.

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TallScotsGuy answers:

Attitude (a good one...firm but fair) Stamina, perseverence and accounting skills help.

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ReginaTWerner answers:

Being a jack of all trades with a piece of paper to back me up and a mouth to do the talking.

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beeper_spryte answers:

point. click. delete. hehehe...

Supplement from 04/03/2007 01:13am:

gosh, i'm good...

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bikeman answers:

I decided to stop doing the job that I'd trained 3 years to do, had a hobby that I then took training in to find that I didn't need the training, then paying apparent experts to do things that they did badly & common sense, a bit know how & short training was it. I was a butcher, but now, I'm a builder, carpenter, brick layer, plumber, stone mason, electrician, roofer, carpet layer, plasterer, decorator, tiler, mechanic, photographer, animal trainer, designer, vechicle repairer & resprayer, welder, arcitect, DJ & Heavy plant machinery driver

Supplement from 04/03/2007 03:32am:

Also a painter & gardener

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