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    When i was 15 i had a reprimand for an offensive weapon in a public place I'm now 19 and haven't been in any trouble since, will this effect learning or working in this sector?

    Trying to turn the things that was a negative in my life to the thing that's a positive, hopefully it will not ruin my chances.

    I'd recommend the Uniformed Public Services course. A lot of colleges offer it and at different levels too - GCSE and A-level equivalent. Its fully coursework based, so no exams.

    I'm on the course atm, going into my second year. You learn about all of the emergency services - police, ambulance and fire to name a few, but also all of the armed forces.
    Thought this might be of interest to you if you wanted to work in this sector your past will not effect your ability to work in this sector at all as you're now 19 and have learnt from your mistakes.
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