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I am working through this course in
Level 1. As an apprentice back in 1976
in Sydney Australia, my mentors where often very busy, 4 tradies from 4 different
European countries hence some language barriers. Then there was my lifeline the 2nd
Year apprentice and myself. Everyone was extremely busy as this was a well known watchmakers shop. The tradies were helpful but busy. For them, working on well
known, big $ movements with complications was for them commonplace daily. Stress levels and tempers often clashed in this small sized workshop. Often not a great learning environment for a young 16 year old who left school early, trying to work with parts some as small as a human hair.
41 years later, I still love clock and watch repair despite not completing my apprenticeship. I am semi-retired, now well educated having completed secondary and Advanced diploma education many years ago. I am looking forward to working through the complete this course with Mark.
His various productions that he has released on YouTube are brilliant and very practical. Mark explains each proceedure
carefully, calmly and with patience.
I have started this course and the early stages are a good refresher on things I have learnt years earlier but also items that weren't explained back then.
I know that the rest of this course is going to be great and will assist me on the workbench at home doing now what I always wanted to do; repair and service watches and clocks. Yes also maybe making
a couple of clocks as well.
Well done and thanks Mark
you are a champ.
Not disappointed at all after signing for level 2. Everything seems so easy with such clear explanations and video quality. Well done. After finishing level 2 I decided straight away that I would take level 3.
As a professional trainer I can tell that Mark has a real ability to teach. The course is complete and as I read few books on subject it was a great illustration of theories! Thank you for this unique and quality course. I’ve subscribed for all 3 levels.
I have watched Mark's videos for years and finally signed up for all of the courses. I was wondering how hard could it be because you have all the material available to you. You're not going to just slide through these courses. This was evident when I tried to sneak back to check out an answer and I had to start the test all over and I did not pass the first time. going to go back to course one and study it over again better this time. Bravo Mark, videos are nice and clear and informative if you learn better by being shown you can do that; if you learn better by reading you can read instead of the video. As an aside I was looking for the clone ETA 6497 and when I found one, I read the review and the guy on there said he was going to be buying one and dismantling it for a course he was taking. Hmm, I wonder what course that could be?