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Topic Title: 18th edition wiring regs
Topic Summary: later this year
Created On: 21 January 2014 08:40 AM
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 09 August 2014 10:02 AM
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Yes I agree, but that's called progress or at least we hope it is !!
Difficult to comment on exams unless you give like for like examples.
2391 was closed book.
 09 August 2014 04:23 PM
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All these regs courses are simply a cash making scam , any half intelligent sparks can learn to read a book , but every time an amendment to the regs or a new edition of the regs comes out we have to part with cash to sit through another session of being taught to suck eggs , I could understand this if it was a closed book exam.
Any body who fails an exam when you're allowed to take the answer book in with you should not be allowed to change a lamp let alone be responsible for electrical installation work


Dave(not Cockburn)
 09 August 2014 07:59 PM
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Well, IF the numbers of amendments are now limited by ISO/IEC/CENELEC to two, why are some other standards on amendments in double figures and still being amended and published?
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