Electrics at home


Postby jond » Sun May 06, 2007 7:25 am

Hi there I am taking a electrics basic foundation 2 day course at trade skills on the 23rd & 24th of june i am a enthusiastic diy-er around the house i am considering doing the part p after that just want to know if i will be able to do things round my house after these courses ie consumer unit and more or am i just wasting my time and money!
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Postby sparx » Sun May 06, 2007 5:44 pm

Not going to get you anywhere!
to get Part P registered takes 3years,you must get NVQ level 3, electrical inst. plus C&G 2391 inspection & test, you must register with one of the scheme operators which costs several hundred ££££££££
Plus be in posession of latest regs £47., on site guide, £24. , guidance notes 1,3,7 £20. each
testmeters for I.R, loop, RCD, cont. tests all calibrated, etc,
They wonder why there is a shortage of sparkies, & why we charge so much!
Hope you're good at math formulea, and legalese reading......
Good Luck I've been in game since 1963 & can't wait to retire! Regards SPARX
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Postby jond » Sun May 06, 2007 7:29 pm

Cheers for that I dont know why these internet sites try and flog you part p training they are very miss guideing and dont tell you that you have to have the nvqs to go with it before carrying part p traning
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Postby sparx » Mon May 07, 2007 9:31 am

It's Called 'Bums-on-seats' & is reason I quit lecturing as I disagreed with ethics,
Best wishes SPARX
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