Tell the hiring manager about your level of comfortability with reading electrical blueprints. Include how long you have been performing this task and any post-secondary reference that may be applicable. To make your level of experience more relatable, you can also refer to your skill level as a beginner, intermediate, advanced, or even expert!
"I am very comfortable reading electrical blueprints and would consider myself advanced in this skill. Blueprint reading was one of my stronger suits in university, and I perform this particular task on a regular basis, in my current role."
"As I am new to my career as an electrical technician, I will play it safe and say that I am a beginner and intermediate skill level when it comes to blueprint reading. I excelled in related coursework while obtaining my associate's degree; however, my real-life experience is limited. I look forward to expanding my skills in this area."
"My ten years of experience as an electrical technician has, without a doubt, made me an expert level blueprint reader. I have taught this skill to many of our new hires, in my current role. I am 100% comfortable completing any blueprint related task."
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