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jpearson
11/21/2016 22:18 EST

hi guys i currently work as MnE engineer in the uk and have been doing so for 2 years, fully trained as an electrician including HV and 2394 and 2395, have been and electrician for 7 years prior to working in building maintenance. can anyone tell me the chances of finding a similar role out there, if so the salary and how to go about doing it. much appreciated

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caughtintheact
11/22/2016 07:05 EST

Although I don't see any specific prohibitions on foreign electricians being able to get work permits at http://www.thaiworkpermit.com/prohibited-occupations-in-thailand.html, I recommend contacting SGS by email at the following link
http://www.sgs.co.th/en/Industrial-Manufacturing/Services-Related-to-Production-and-Products/Product-Certification/Electrical-Installations-Certification.aspx. They may be able to give you an idea of the possibilities.

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