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Hi Guys, I have recently left the military after 30 years and decided to enter the domestic electrical world. Much seems to be confusing out their, not least the qualifications!!! As part of my retraining during the last 18 months I have completed the EAL domestic installers course (paid £260 for Part 'P' which doesn't seem to have done much for me!!) C&G2381 16th Ed, C&G 2391 Insp & Test and the C&G 2377 1 & 2 PAT and I have recently done the 17th Ed upgrade. My plan is to be a self employed domestic electrician but the regulations on what I can and cant do seem to conflict from local authority to local authority. I have done some none notifyable work and a few re-wires and extensions which were sublect to planning permission anyway so had the building inspector out. Any advice on which body to join (Napit/Elecsa). Is it worth it or should I just pay £120 to the LABC every time? Any advice welcomed.
 
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