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I am 27 years old and looking to start work in the electrical industry. I have passed my CSCS card and will be doing the ECS card soon enough. I am going to be starting a level 2 city and guilds course soon part time (one evening per week) through a college. Just wondering what the best way is...
New to these forums ... I have no electrical experience, my brother-in-law is a qualified electrician who kindly does most work we need for us.
As I imagine will be only too well known to a lot of you though, as someone with no electrical experience I have ideas as to what I'd like to...
I stopped being an electrician a few years ago (11 to be exact) for various reasons.
I've decided that I'd like to start my career again and was hoping for a bit of advice.
I have an NVQ lvl 3 Electrical Technical Services (Jtl apprenticeship), AM2 and the AA framework completed...
i have just tried to install a bathoom fan with light xpelair with light 93087AW
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I am replacing old fan run from a light switch and...
I'm hoping to go subbing in the near future (any one from the Nottingham area who's taking on sub contractors feel free to get in touch lol). Currently looking for a van but don't want to spend a fortune.
I've seen a caddy 57 plate 110k on the clock, Cambelt done, full service...
Hello. Been asked to run a 2392 for a local company. Was wondering if anybody had any multiple choice questions they can expect in their exam, and/or some sample questions? It's at Level 2 so hoping it's not so tricky.
Thanks in advance.
First fixed lighting circuits today. Bungalow loft riddled with mice - so far I've caught 3 but I know there are more as one of the little blighters had gnawed through the fur of one of the dead mice killed in the bait box in an attempt to get at the bait. I'm hoping to rid the place of mice...
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