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Hello im starting the C&G 2365 course in the next couple of months as soon as I've finished up at my current job.
Anyone got any books to help with studies and to build up my knowledge prior to starting the course.
Yes i know im a bit sad but i'm itching to get started!
Thanks in advance...
Great forum, thank you to those who make it possible,
newby here, hoping to become a sparky soon,
I know there is no substitute for proper training and official publications but I am hopeful that one of you - good people - will recommend a book(s) that will help with becoming an...
I recently started my Electrical technical NVQ - 5357 and wanted to ask if anyone could recommend any dvds/books that may guide me on how to fill out my work log book properly I get the gist of it but just need to know more about what are the right pictures to take ect, I realise that it...
I left Nappit on 2016 went to work for someone else for while.Now I am getting back with Nappit and go live next weak. I still have old books from 2016.
My question is can I use the old books and maybe scratch the serial number of the books,(I new member number now)or buy new books,or buy...
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These are the best books for having in the van with relevant day to...
I was wondering if anybody knows how much a copy of the IET Wiring Regulations Amendment 3 or 18th edition should cost?
It looks like the RRP for 18th edition, paperback, is £95! Found a copy delivered for £81 on Amazon.
Is this really the case for an essential publication? Or should...
Looking at the 18th edition bundles on offer at mo
Some offer regs book and on site guide and some offer
Regs book and site guide
On site guide us the blue one. Site guide appears to be a different thing altogether. Any idea what the difference is
I was going through some old books and I came across a gem.
* Modern Wiring Practice. By W.E. Steward and J. Watkins first published in 1952.
My dad did his apprenticeship with that book.
The version I have is a 1980's version it's been modernised since.
My dad worked on the houses...
Going to be moving house soon and as such having a general clear out.
Books that I no longer have any use for, but may be useful for trainees, or even some of the experienced members for curiosity/collections.
Not going to list a price for them all, just a fair offer. Trainees, we can...
Anyone using Quick Books Self Employed?
if so i was just wondering what your thoughts were?
Is if user friendly?
Do you use the invoice part? Or is it too basic?
Is the end of year self assessment any good? Etc
What other software's options would you recommend if not this?
Evening all. Does anyone want to buy a copy of 'Modern Electric Wiring'? Have ended up with some duplicate books in my collection. Published by Caxton, hardback, 1950 (66 years old).
Was after a tenner but that would include postage.
Mods - if this isn't allowed let me know, cheers.
Hi , I am wiring in a 2.4kw oven into a 6 mm cooker circuit (the hob is gas ) . The oven doesn't come with any flex , but does suggest 1.5 3 core 90degree flex (16amps ) ,so no problem fit with 16amp mcb. My question is if at a later date the hob was changed over to electric then the MCB size...
I am planning on finally starting my level 2 when I save for the deposit.
I am quite lucky in my current job that I get an hour's break for lunch and i plan to spend my time wisely learning as much as I can before I start.
I have been watching he's videos on youtube (is he a member here?) I...
Hello basically had my log book and on site guide with me on site put them somewhere on site and can't seem to find them anywhere, which is a real pain in the arse because both where all marked and tabbed for everything i needed, so ive bought a new set and i cant be arse going through...
Books - last one you read? advice reviews and feedback 2017
What was your last read? - online or in hand.
Just read a few pages of the last unfinished Billy Bunter if that counts, but before that it was Wilt by Tom Sharpe.
Also got an online version of The...
Books - last one you read?
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