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Savio led a quiet taciturn life near Norman Cathedral in Durham. He resided in his ancestral home and worked with his hands on field. He was an electrician though not a certified one, never quite attended any course or even an apprentice in any electrician school. He was most comfortable in solving the wiring problems or repairing an appliance or adding a circuit in the numerous homes in Durham, the smile of content in the face of the owner was the greatest satisfaction Savio could ever earn. Savio was quite a household name in Durham so much so even the factory managers often called him for troubleshooting the machines which otherwise is a job of an electrician trained from an electrician school.
Savio loved working with young minds brimming with vigour and the eagerness to learn. Few boys often aided him in various projects and he surely paid them sufficiently. These boys used to help him out after school hours. He was a good teacher, took great care in training these boys about electrician know-how. He always felt one just need physical ability and hand-eye coordination for a good electrician, a degree from an electrician school served as an icing. His work sessions with these young guys were often spent in fervour and mirth. Learning with Savio was fun.
Savio's weekends were spent with his friend, David a electrician durham nc if not interrupted by any call to fix an electrical problem. David runs a local grocery store and a man of few words. One quaint afternoon David threw an unheard idea to Savio. He asked him to convert the unused space in his huge house to an Electrician School. His informal training sessions should be organised and truly benefit these young minds in the future. Savio, though startled at the onset, started toying with this vague idea. And this toying along with persuasion from David coupled with an eagerness to render good, finaly led to transformation of his spacious hall to an amateur classroom. He added some new furniture, installed basic machines, infused the warmth and promised to gift Durham more skilled people.
Thus evolved "Savio Electrician School" which trains people to become certified electricians, the Electrician School made a humble beginning. Savio started giving onsite training to the people at sites which ranged from home to factory to construction sites. In the classroom he taught the expertise, solved demo problems and also cracked jokes. Gradually the electrician school gave birth to skilled people who installed electrical boxes, put cables, repaired wiring problems, hooked appliances and all with an effervescent smile which was an interesting learning from Savio. He taught people to render electrician durham nc with happiness and delight which ensured that the same bunch of people called for second time.
Savio has now moved to a proper building, with organised admission system and recognised degree. The electrician school is brimming with students throughout the year. The initial students in this electrician school have made remarkable journeys. Few have moved to bigger cities, acquired contractor's licence, and master license. Few have become "Green Electrician" working on renewable energy or even "Solar Electrician." Few have become teachers in this very electrician school.
Savio, now aged 72, is a notable man in Durham. He is referred as an educationist and acknowledged for running a successful electrician school. He is invited to conduct workshops for budding electricians in various parts of the city but he still continues to give classes in his own electrician school. Whenever he manages to squeeze out sometime from his choked schedule he visits River Wear with David and fondly recollects the quaint afternoon when David had hatched the idea to him. Then, neither of them knew that this vague idea would one day germinate into a successful electrician school. Savio had sowed knowledge, religiously watered young minds and today his garden is filled with bright sparkling electricians. He loves basking in this glory while the classrooms in the electrician school keep developing sharper hands and brighter smiles.
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