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danshorty

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I need to pass 17th edition but cant afford course.Is there any free online training .I have regs books.

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WarrenG

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If only life was that simple. Shop around for a good price for the course. I would try your local college first?
 
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danshorty

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If only life was that simple. Shop around for a good price for the course. I would try your local college first?

Yeah i know,thought i'd ask.
Just a bit rusty on reading the book.

cheers
 
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WarrenG

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To be honest Dan this is really a course you would want to attend, there are several changes from the 16th Edition , not to mention all the additions to the regs including Marina's, Exhibitions etc.

Good luck with it!

Warren
 
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adam.h

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I find http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Book/1.1.htm usefull. They also do a book which is really good and ther exam you get from electricalquals I find helps a lot as well. But its also down to preference I guess as to how you learn.
 

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