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Just caught a bit of ch4's 'love it or list it' where kirstie alsop stated, when doing up a kitchen "if you fit a new oven or hob you'll need a qualified engineer if it's gas, or a thicker 6mm cable if it's electric"
I have just completed my
& INSPECTION AND TESTING
Exams and training and thought where better to come than a sparks forum!!
I understand I will probably get heckled as a 3 week wonder, but I have been doing some electrical work every week for 2yrs as...
as title. see photo. wet-pants had a diagram showing the exact position of my downlights.so where does he run his wet works? had to reposition all 4 lights. the cables in the pic are in the alternative hole. lucky i didn't drill his pipe.
I am trying to collect some data together to see how things have come along in the past few years.
There were meetings in 2014 with the department of local government with regards to the changes in Part P and the schemes got a bit of a wrist slap. They were given a couple of years to improve...
hi to all does many of you have a jib technician card and if so are they worth while.i see on jib website they require City & Guilds of London Institute Electrical Installation Work Part III as a requirement does any1 know what course this is
anyone recommend this course........and anyone in the solar pv industry. just booked onto course and cant find much on tinternet on current and future demand for work, juslookng for some feedbk thanx ant
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