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hello, looking for a bit of advice if anyone could shed some light. With all the qualifications that are available now I have no idea where mine stand and what I should look to do.

I completed the c&g 2330 level 2 and 3 at college age, but on full time not apprenticeship so no nvq. Also got c&g 2377.

Have worked doing various electrical jobs over the years but recently been working as an industrial electrician for three years.

I’m looking too top my qualifications up and would like to know what route i’d need to take to be regarded as a fully qualified electrician in

1. Domestic setting
2. Industrial setting.

I believe from what I can make out 18th edition is required for both but an AM2 test would also be needed for the domestic setting

Any guidance would be greatly appreciated
 
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