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Well Hello there

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Felbapov, Jun 13, 2016.

  1. Felbapov

    Felbapov Welcome New Poster

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    I've been here a while but ashamed to say i never introduced myself... hiding in the shadows. I'm a newly qualified FHP with the SMAE institute and i'm due to begin my Podiatry degree at Southampton University this coming September at the tender age of 43. Mid-life career change/crisis.... think i might buy a naff sports car to commute to Uni. Anyway, you seem a friendly bunch and i'm sure i'll be picking your brains in the months/years ahead.
  2. HJobling

    HJobling Member


    Whilst I'm not a podiatrist myself, I just wanted to wish you good luck and all the best for your Podiatry degree and new change of career.


  3. louise4971

    louise4971 Member

    • Welcome
    Hi and welcome to podiatry arena. I trained as an FHP before going to do my podiatry degree at the tender age of 40. Definitely a mid life crisis. I qualified almost 2 years ago. It's the best thing I ever did. It's hard work but well worth the effort.
    Good luck and best wishes.
  4. corncutter

    corncutter Welcome New Poster

    Welcome. I too was a mature student and loving every minute of this profession now. Good choice of career. You will never be out of work or without job satisfaction.

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