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Topic Title: How long should I wait on a PRA getting back to me
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Created On: 13 September 2012 03:00 PM
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 13 September 2012 03:00 PM
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PedroM

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I have been waiting 6 weeks now but I do appreciate PRA's are giving me their own valuable time!
 13 September 2012 06:18 PM
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DavidParr

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Personally I would say that 6 weeks is far too long to wait!

Outside holiday times (which the VSU should have been made aware of by the PRA concerned), I always try to get back within 48 hours, at least to give an acknowledgement. Can I suggest you contact the VSU and ask to be reassigned.

It may of course be the case that your PRA is taking 6 weeks holiday (lucky devil!!!!).

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David Parr BSc.CEng MIET
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 13 September 2012 10:12 PM
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PedroM

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Originally posted by: DavidParr

Personally I would say that 6 weeks is far too long to wait!



Outside holiday times (which the VSU should have been made aware of by the PRA concerned), I always try to get back within 48 hours, at least to give an acknowledgement. Can I suggest you contact the VSU and ask to be reassigned.



It may of course be the case that your PRA is taking 6 weeks holiday (lucky devil!!!!).


Thanks David but he has acknowledged. Its 6 weeks since he agreed to review the form.
 14 September 2012 07:26 AM
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In that case, I do suggest you contact the VSU.

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 09 October 2012 02:56 PM
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dvaidr

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Six weeks is a ridiculously long time. That said, I waited almost a year when I was pursuing CEng, (honest!).

I think some of the time, people take on positions for the 'status' it brings. If he or she can't manage it, they should just resign.

This is exactly what gives the IET a bad name.

I'm in Aberdeen, otherwise I would have helped out.
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