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#1 Friday 3rd April 2009 21:01:14

daz6215
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SAFED

Hi can anyone tell me if SAFED is worth doing?
cheers daz

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Friday 3rd April 2009 21:01:14

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#2 Sunday 5th April 2009 17:58:52

daz6215
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inundated with replies then!

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#3 Sunday 5th April 2009 18:20:59

jonnmedds
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SAFED isn't something I've got into as i'm too busy with other fleet work.

From what I can see with SAFED, how good you do is all about how good a salesman you are. You have to sell the courses.

Jon

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#4 Sunday 5th April 2009 18:30:26

daz6215
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Thanks for the reply Jon!

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#5 Sunday 5th April 2009 20:45:43

Madiggy
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Have to agree with Jon. However if you thought you could find only a couple of clients with 10 drivers at the going rate of @ say £175 per head and do 2 per day it can prove very worth while.

Also there are opening with some of the larger groups where you do the same work for around £100 a day (ie 2 drivers)

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#6 Sunday 5th April 2009 21:30:24

ExAdiNigel
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No that the subsidies for SAFED work have been drastically reduced (compared to the original subsidies) the chances of getting £175 per person are pretty low.

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#7 Sunday 5th April 2009 22:49:03

Madiggy
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No that the subsidies for SAFED work have been drastically reduced (compared to the original subsidies) the chances of getting £175 per person are pretty low.

Nigel

Very true Nigel that is why I said "if" and "could" - but there is a huge spectrum of potential earning between £350 and £100 per day (2 drivers) for sales pitch and earning capacity.


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