# New Electrician

 Hello, I just started up the electrician trade and wanted to learn more beyond the training I am getting on the job.  Where is a good place to start on this website? asked 5/12/2013 Clip2

 In addition to this site, there is another site called electrical engineering portal and electrical note by words note. answered 11/16/2013 Sathya Narayana JE E/M 46 The site contains a range of topics - use the search function to find what you are looking for.  Steven's catalogue and technical tips, under Tools are also good. You can also ask questions here.  In addition to this site, there are a lot of good resource if you Google them.  The IET has a good forum, which is very useful to electricians (particularly if you are in the UK). answered 11/11/2013 Steven McFadyen 246

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