Ok, so basically i applied to go do a farrier course and by the looks of it had a great chance of getting accepted. It was a year course which meant i'd get to move away from home and fend for myself for a bit because the college is a good two hours from where i live now, my interview was supposed to be at the end of March. But due to educational funding cuts the course got cancelled.
Oatridge ( the college ) send me a few letters after about other courses that would still be running like a blacksmithing course, however it's a short course over the space of 12 weeks which i don't really fancy doing, however today i received another letter from them informing me of a farrier course that has now been set up to run is on track "The (city and guilds) Level 2 Certificate in forge-work"
I feel really tempted due to the fact that this certificate is what accredited trainee farriers like too see before taking on an apprentice and it's also the first step before being able to move on to study an advanced farriery apprenticeship, however it is also only a short full time 12 week course.
So i'm going to get in touch with the college to see about student accommodation for a few months, depending on what the college say i may look in to getting a student transfer to another country to learn.