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    City & Guilds 2365 Level 2&3 Diploma for a career changer

    Hi everyone I know that numerous people have probably asked this sort of question, but I just need some clarification for my circumstance. I’m looking at a career change into becoming an electrician down the line.. I’m 27 years old with no electrical work experience background. The only...
  2. H

    First step to becoming electrician

    Hi there everyone, first of all I would like to say what a good and helpful website this is, I’m Huseyin, I would like to know what do I need to do to become a electrician, for example to start work immediately ?(construction site or firm). So far Iv looked at Not A Chance level 2 and level 3...
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    Diploma in Electrical Installations (2365)

    Hi, I'm thinking about starting a two year course at my local college, the course is Diploma in Electrical Installations 2365 (levels two and three) My question is what else would I need to be a qualified electrician? I see so many courses available and I don't want to spend two years doing...
  4. AJshep

    IET & City & Guilds 18th edition Webinar

    Saw this the other day and thought I'd post here as it may be of use to some of the people here. Just need to pop your name in and you can view the webinar, or you can download it if you prefer. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6093913842875456257
  5. R

    City & Guilds 9848-51 Certificate in High Voltage Operational Safety

    Hi, has any one done the City & Guilds 9848-51 Certificate in High Voltage Operational Safety my boss wants me to be the site SAP, is this the course for it?
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    City & Guilds Qualifications in the 80's

    Does anyone know what C & G qualifications where around approx. 1984 - 1985? Thanks in advance.
  7. S

    City & Guilds 2396 Exam

    Hi all Do we have anyone on here doing the C&G 2396 at the moment?
  8. U

    Advice on starting a career in the electrical industry

    Good Evening, I am 21 years old currently working an office job for a house builder, and i sometimes wonder if the office job is for me. I was going to undertake an electrical college course out of school but i instead went down the office career path. I have been drawn to domestic and...
  9. PLW

    New trainee electrician!

    Hi guys, my name is Phil and I'm a trainee Electrician. Although I've been on this forum a while I never actually introduced myself. I'm currently working full time and decided I wanted a career change and decided to train towards becoming an electrician. I am doing a distance learning...
  10. Loki

    City & Guilds 2391-52 replaces 2394/5

    Just seen on dcet.co.uk that they no longer doing the 2394/5 As it's been replaced by City & Guilds 2391-52? Electrical Courses | C&G 2391-52 L3 Test & Inspect | DCET Training - http://www.dcet.co.uk/electricaltraining/new-239152.ashx
  11. Ginner

    Domestic electrician & data network engineer.

    Currently I'm a qualified City & Guilds domestic electrician registered with Stroma CPS and hold a current CSCS card. I also offer the following services: Data network design & installation. IP CCTV. SoHo design & installation. Multi-room audio systems. Wired & wireless security systems. Retro...
  12. tfo

    help electrical courses.

    Hello everyone, i hope you are all well and having a good Christmas and a happy New Year, This is my first Post, I apologise in advance if I'm doing anything wrong course saying anything that might offend anybody . I am just new to the electrician word and I've just completed my 2365 level 2...

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