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Hello I have been working with electrical sector since 1980 , timeserved electrical fitter, electrical machine tool fitter, test and development engineer for a large uk shower manufacturer, then an instructional officer in a prison ( a really interesting job). I have struggled to stay employed...
i am doing the electricians course and have done the test four times online and have failed them. i now have the paper version and it still doesnt make much sense.
has anyone on here done the course and can help in any way ?
thanks in advance
Obviously bs7671 governs us in our electrical trade, and to the 18th we will need to use metal clips in all areas where cables are surface mount. So do data/cctv engineers have to use metal clips ect to prevent from premature collapse and who governs them to do so?
I guess I was off the tools too long and forgot how infuriating working with other trades can be.
Up til now I've been working on my own, little electrical jobs with just me and the client. Left to get on with it.
Last week I was in a house with joiners, plumbers and the plasterers and in the...
I was asked over the phone to come and move an outlet as it was in the way of a new kitchen cabinet. A couple of inches to the left to miss the unit.
"Sure", I said "I'm not busy today. Give me half an hour to get there"
By the time I got there... within the half hour, the kitchen fitter had...
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I have a Couple questions.
1:) Has anyone completed ANY practical training with Trades Gateway?
2:) Has ANYONE completed a course with them and if so how long did it take?
I am asking as I am now on module 24 out of 40 and have not been offered any practical training and upon...
its been a while since I posted on here , hi to all old and new.
im currently in new territory work wise and would like some advice from people in a similar boat or who have gone down the same route.
i was a self employed spark for a number of years, during the recession and as the...
I've passed my 2330 l2 but can't get into electrical work however many calls, emails, blah blah..... anyway i've been offered some tiling/ plumbing work renovating bathrooms, have any of you on here found employees or employers from other trades on site?
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My main business is plumbing but I would like to get a lot more involved in the electrical side. Just wondered are most members single trade or multi ?
For those that are Multi do you have any complications with credibility being multi trade ?
Does anyone have experience of a Homebase scheme where they hold business cards / flyers and pass them to customers interested in solar. As far as I understand it they don't deal directly with the customer and don't take a cut but charge a weekly fee for the service (regardless of how many...
What would be the chances of having a "learning zone" it seems that all questions are in the same areas as their topics regardless of whether they are exam Q's assignment Q's etc.
If they were segregated so only Q's from practising trades were in the "trades" area and "trainee" Q's were in the...
I have been doing my city and guilds 2330 for last 2yrs and work for a contractor (mainly domestic) but over the last yr or so a lot of our regular contacts that we worked for (plumbers and kitchen fitters) have become part -p registered and do the work themselves, So i am thinking if i stay...
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