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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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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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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.

Lack of planning on your part doesn't make it an emergency on mine....

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