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    Here is something, when I declare my condition and have no formal qualifications to college they call in there disability advisers they give me nothing accept crappy course offers like independent living alongside maths and English full time, these courses are not valued to employers like BTECH, potential employers would most likely laugh at my cv and the worst part is I won't gain much hands on skill.

    I wanted to do level 1 btech in I.T but for some reason, I keep getting blocked and then sent on some pretty **** course options.

    I wanted to become systems engineer, and have no formal qualifications any advice should I do something engineering based or I.T based?

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    Maths and English are absolutely valued by employers. And if you want to be a systems engineer you will absolutely need maths and English to even be considered to be let onto any training/ courses.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Here is something, when I declare my condition and have no formal qualifications to college they call in there disability advisers they give me nothing accept crappy course offers like independent living alongside maths and English full time, these courses are not valued to employers like BTECH, potential employers would most likely laugh at my cv and the worst part is I won't gain much hands on skill.

    I wanted to do level 1 btech in I.T but for some reason, I keep getting blocked and then sent on some pretty **** course options.

    I wanted to become systems engineer, and have no formal qualifications any advice should I do something engineering based or I.T based?
    SophieSmall's point above I largely agree with.

    What's your career plan at the moment, if you have one?
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    SophieSmall's point above I largely agree with.

    What's your career plan at the moment, if you have one?
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