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Topic Title: help
Topic Summary: can you give some advice please
Created On: 07 March 2013 06:36 PM
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 07 March 2013 06:36 PM
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Mo1994

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I'm doing the 2365 electrical installation course. Its all good so far but i can do with some advice on what to do next.
 07 March 2013 06:42 PM
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Mo1994

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I've been told i need to get employed to be fully qualified. But are there any other routes?
 07 March 2013 07:37 PM
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vesuvius

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Im guessing here your not a qualified electrician currently working in the industry. Kudos to you actually taking on the 2365 as its quite a daunting qualification, and by all means doing well at it.

The 2365 is a qualification that gives electricians approved status. This on its own would not qualify you, in my opinion to carry out electrical installation work, though of course it does help. You may be able to secure employment as an electricians mate or similar position with the view of working towards one day completeing an NVQ level 3 or similar.

In England I believe there are several routes and courses that will give you qualifications. though to become 'qualified' for me its a NVQ level 3 in installing and commissioning electrotecnical systems.
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