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From: Kevich
Response: Frequently, in order to find a reputable consultant who is willing to allow you to apprentice with her/him, some background or training in the field is required. You would want to apprentice with a consultant who is quite distinguished in order to achieve a benift; apprenticing with one who is merely mediocre can often do more harm than good. And the truth is that those who are very good are typically also very busy, so they dont hae the time to invest into taking an apprentice by the hand and training from the ground up. Your chances of persuading someone to take you on will be substantially increased with some level of training. If this is what youve decided to do, you might want to take a look at the homestudy course on professional wedding consulting offered through SuperWeddings.com. It can be found at http://www.superweddings.com/weddingconsulting.html

Best of luck to you! Its a wonderful profession in a glamorous, exciting, anmd very romantic field!

Linda Kevich
Professional Wedding Consultant
Editor, SuperWeddings.com


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