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Have you thought about doing a online mechanics course .
Here is one >>>here<<<.
Another >>>HERE<<< this one most likely the best for you, level 3 or 5 due to 25 years experience.
And this one >>>HERE<<< ..
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The more years you have under you're belt the easier it will be .
you only want a diesel mechanics course will be easy .
Take in to note the new vehicle system of diesel are basically the same system as most petrol vehicles .
Not quite sure on cost, but if you go to the job centre and explain all this then there are Government
programs to help unemployed person's .
Hi Karl .
Not much more i can help you with , you will have to get in touch with the online links i gave you .
Keep pestering the Job centre and when they see you are very keen they will help you more ,seen this with my son
some centre don't really care unles you pester them over and over .
Thank you Karl .
Wish you all the best .
Let me know how you get on .