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going to do the e-portfolio but who should I go with, hear good things about Delta and XS Training mainly, anybody know which is the 'better'?
Thanks in advance,
Toby
 
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Jobbo

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Quickstep electrical is considered to be amongst the best.
 
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cornish toby

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Thanks not heard of them before, just had a look on their website. Anybody done the 'total scheme' that they offer?
 
have to say, ive been doing mine with xs training, and once you get your head round the online system. its incredibly easy to use. and thier help throughout it has been ace.
obviously this is the only company ive delbt with. but they have given me a great service so far.
 
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firemanowl

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XS for me, just about finished and have had no problems.
 
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going to do the e-portfolio but who should I go with, hear good things about Delta and XS Training mainly, anybody know which is the 'better'?
Thanks in advance,
Toby
Both XS Training and Delta use the same e-Portfolio system, OneFile, which is considered to be amongst the best in the UK.

They both use experienced electricians to assess your work you can be guaranteed to be speaking with someone who knows what they are talking about and are familiar with exactly what you will need to do to successfully complete this NVQ. The only difference is really going to be in the price. At the moment XS offer their NVQ for the cheaper price of £550 plus which is slightly cheaper than the others out there at the moment.
 

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