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My Story and My advice for Job hunting

Hope this helps.

lewni
post 9.Dec.2010, 11:53 AM
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Joined: 9.Nov.2010

Hehe PoJo you sound like me smile.gif have to get up at 4am and take an hour n half journey to work, but i'm just glad to be working biggrin.gif
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Scotlandmac
post 9.Dec.2010, 04:48 PM
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Joined: 1.Jan.2009

Arbertsförmedlign payed mine. it just costs them 400 kr.

Ask them!
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*jessieryan*
post 10.Dec.2010, 07:39 AM
Post #33


Thanks for the great share. In life, never ever give up no matter how difficult the situation can be!
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chazza
post 10.Dec.2010, 08:50 AM
Post #34
Location: Scandanavia
Joined: 15.May.2010

QUOTE (Scotlandmac @ 9.Dec.2010, 03:48 PM) *
Arbertsförmedlign payed mine. it just costs them 400 kr.. Ask them!



PAID !


I presume you are a native speaker, have you never seen the word written ???
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Scotlandmac
post 10.Dec.2010, 12:16 PM
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Joined: 1.Jan.2009

I come from the streets of glasgow, I didnt go to school very much. fking tool smile.gif
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wb882
post 10.Dec.2010, 04:03 PM
Post #36
Location: United Kingdom
Joined: 23.Feb.2010

Hi,
we're also from Scotland and have been considering a move to Sweden for a few years now, but family commitments have prevented us from making the move so far.
Any advice for HGV class 1 drivers? The trouble is my hubby is 49, so not a spring chicken like you smile.gif. It's great that you have perservered and got yourself a job and a good salary. Pity more young people aren't of the same mind, and it just goes to show you can succeed even if your education wasn't great! biggrin.gif
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Scotlandmac
post 10.Dec.2010, 06:30 PM
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Joined: 1.Jan.2009

What i can say is. Sweden is in desperate need of HGV drivers. I deal with drivers who dont speak english or swedish. They need them
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nicedude
post 10.Dec.2010, 11:26 PM
Post #38
Location: Sweden
Joined: 30.Nov.2010

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What i can say is. Sweden is in desperate need of HGV drivers. I deal with drivers who dont speak english or swedish. They need them


I have got cat."C"(lorry without a trailer) and I am looking for a job.Sweden needs truck-drivers but where?Firms?Can you give some information where to ask for a truck-driving job in Stockholm/county.

Cheers!
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summer
post 11.Dec.2010, 07:55 PM
Post #39
Location: Uppsala county
Joined: 7.Apr.2008

i contacted http://www.truckutbildarna.se/Start.html and i was told there training materials is in swedish. Do you know of any that is in english?
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nicedude
post 12.Dec.2010, 03:01 AM
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Location: Sweden
Joined: 30.Nov.2010

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i contacted http://www.truckutbildarna.se/Start.html and i was told there training materials is in swedish. Do you know of any that is in english?


I also contacted with them.Where can we get a truckkort license in english language?
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Scotlandmac
post 12.Dec.2010, 02:19 PM
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Joined: 1.Jan.2009

http://www.motivera.com/?page_id=55
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*hotboy18*
post 12.Dec.2010, 04:54 PM
Post #42


Great post!
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*fallen`angel*
post 13.Dec.2010, 01:55 PM
Post #43


The price for the course in Motivera is 5000 SKR, I mailed them.
Scotlandmac, where did you find the course for 2600 skr? rolleyes.gif
Thanks.
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Scotlandmac
post 13.Dec.2010, 03:05 PM
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Joined: 1.Jan.2009

I got it from Motivera. You can get a 2600kr for a 2 day course but you only get 3 forklifts not 6. The other 3 to be honest are not used alot so thats why i choose the most popular 3.
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srinath1987
post 21.Dec.2010, 01:51 PM
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Joined: 7.Nov.2010

hi ...see this site for information about part time jobs in sweden

http://swedenjobshub.blogspot.com/
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