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Topic Title: C&G 2393
Topic Summary: Part P
Created On: 30 November 2013 04:50 PM
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 30 November 2013 04:50 PM
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deleted_1_AngelLaHash

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Joined: 27 September 2012

Trying to become FULL all singing tap-dancing (if paid enough) Electrician.

So always looking to add Things to help me.
example I've just done Pat Testing 2393
Ive got C&G2330 Level 2&3 and 2382 (17th Edition)
Going to go for the 2394/5 Testing Next aim
While going Self Employed (as no one wants to higher a OLD (37) Dyslexic like me) and with the Self Employed help a Mate out with work and do a NVQ 2357 were i can use my 2330 towards, but need field work to make up the full NVQ.

Thats the BACKGROUND, now what i want to know:
But also keep seeing this Part P 2393, some say its a waste of time and money, but i dont understand, if it is, then why do we have it about.
 10 December 2013 07:29 PM
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peteTLM

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Joined: 31 March 2005

You will need it if you want to register with NICEIC as a domestic installer, or elecsa, napit etc.
It covers holes in building fabric, joists, energy efficiency etc, to make sure you dont butcher a building (which i see plumbers do every day).

This didnt exist back in 2005. Ive got the equivalent EAL version from then.

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