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#1 James Blann

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 05:10 PM

Hi everyone,

I recently got through to the final 12 in the Guild of British Camera Technician's trainee scheme recruitment process. At the end of April i'm going to have to do a 6 day camera familiarisation course that will involve an assessment that will eventually determine the final 6 who will become GBCT camera trainees. A lot of the others seem MUCH more experienced than me and i'm worried that i'm going to look like I have no idea what i'm doing in comparison, i'm surprised I made it this far! Is there anything that I could do to tip the balance in my favour despite the gap in experience and current knowledge? Any advice would be great as i'm pretty nervous.

cheers,
James Blann
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