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I completed an apprenticeship via the CITB way back in 1992 (C&G 236 part 1&2 + JIB AM1), I think it was the 16th writing regs at the time. My employer at the time apparently “liked” me a lot and decided to have me managing/supervise the contracts/jobs instead of being on the tools...
As the title says, is there anyone here with Canadian electrical experience or the processes in getting your skills recognized in order to challenge the exams?
I am looking at options to move to St johns in Newfoundland
I've come across a website that has a few online mock exams for some courses including the new 2391, 17th Edition, PAT testing, 2365 level 2 and 3
Electrical Exam | Electrical Courses uk - http://www.electricalcoursesuk.co.uk/exam/
Hope it helps someone here.
I am having my Compex exams pretty soon (11th Dec 2017) in Scunthorpe and might not be able to afford the time or resources for a resit for various reasons.
Can anyone help me with a general detailed idea of what to expect please- i have scoured the internet but found only one...
Fail first exam. Any suggestions what kind of material to study to pass next time. Maybe text books? I found swindon massive and spark website but exams there is with answers a b c d. 305 C is written exam. No answers are given. I think you can pass only with practice the exam with similar...
Ive recently attended an EAL 4337 & 4338 combined course in Chadderton Oldham, I passed my practical with out to much issue, however I have now failed both Initial and periodic exams TWICE by just a couple of marks (this happened today) now not wanting to apportion blame but the other...
Hi, I have just joined the Electricians Forum. For the moment I am just focusing on the domestic market. I have just passed my Part P, 17th Edition and Inspection and Testing C&G exams. Any advise that anyone can offer would be gratefully received. Thanks all.
I read today that the 2394/2395 will be replaced with a 2 hour short answer online typing exam. I appreciate that it must be a nightmare to mark all the written papers but from my point of view the whole point of a written exam was that it made it tougher for the people taking the exam.
I have been looking for C&G 2365 level 2 past papers online, and I found them on smart screen, but I have first to register as learner which cost £350 0r £800 it depends on which route I'm taking.
I found the price is quite high for past paper exams, or Am I doing something wrong on the...
I've recently enrolled onto the City & Guilds 2394/5 which i am due to start in April.
Just looking for pointers really from anybody who has done this. I've heard the exam its pretty difficult.:uhoh2:
A brief heads up on what's to expect or any tips you could provide would be greatly...
Just wondering I am trying to register at my local college where I did my 2392 five years ago to go and do the above cources.
I made my application to the college on 1st January but have not heard anything since.
Are the 2394/5 & ammendment 3 cources generally in high...
I've posted on this subject in other areas in this forum but to no avail.
I'm taking 2394/5 combined c&g course at a training centre in Manchester on 28/7/14. I only have past experience of IR and cont testing but nothing else. I have gn3 and exam success books in the post to me for some heavy...
Short + Cheeky but I've got my am2 next week. So i was just wondering if anybody had any of their notes they got when they did theirs which i could maybe have a look at? it would be a massive help and would be greatly appreciated thanks.
Im new to this and after a good few years returning to the tools.
Looking at getting back to speed on the testing and certification route (how things change in 20 yrs)
Are there any recommendations of course venues etc in and around Northamptonshire that might be worth a look.
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