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Technically weak

Technically weak

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Hi Iam an instrumentation & Control engineer,
I am very weak in technical issues and i work for an Oil & gas company,
Imagine things are bit difficult..
Can any one help me to improve me in my career and iam in entry level..
How i can get experience

RE: Technically weak

How can you be weak on technical issues and call yourself an engineer ?

Seems like you should be back in school ?

RE: Technically weak

If you work for an oil and gas company, they usually have internal training courses or sponsor people to do work outside of the company at a university, college or other industry training centres.

However I agree with C2it - it's difficult to understand how you are "weak in technical issues" but still an "engineer".

My motto: Learn something new every day

Also: There's usually a good reason why everyone does it that way

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