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tux130582

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Hello,

I did a apprenticeship starting in 2003 finished in 2006/2007 also did nvq3 and AM2 etc and on my JIB card it says i have completed the 16th edition of the wiring regs. However.................

I called up the college about doing a bridging course and apparently I have to do the full 17th edition course? apparently only certain qualifications can?

This seems like a money making scheme to me, but i could be wrong? I want to get this done in order to get my testing and inspection, can anyone point me in the direction of past papers for 17th edition and 2391?

thanks alot for your help
 
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montybaber

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Find a college that will allow you to take the exam only...you will pass

as long as you know your way round the regs (and I mean literally you know how to find anything not know anything) you will do well
 
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tux130582

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i will look that up thanks, does anyone know anyone in the bristol area I can just do the exam? also are there any past papers online?
 
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