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    I am not sure if I am in the right place here but please hear me out!
    I'm finishing 6th form college in the next couple of months and I really want to get into the events industry, however I do not want to go to Uni. I have been doing a lot of research and I keep seeing that in order to get into the industry you need a qualification of some sort.
    So I thought about a home learning course as I do have a part-time job which I don’t want to lose till I am fully ready too and I would like to carry on gaining work experience (not only that they are cheaper!)
    I found a course which offers a level 3 NCFE qualification and I was wondering if this is a good idea or not?
    Please could I have your views on this matter.
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    Have you thought about an apprenticeship in events?
 
 
 
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