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Hi all, another guy who went through mid life crisis and decided to be an electrician. Doing one of these over priced courses but also lucky enough to have found a job with a local electrician learning how to do it in the real world.
Reading these forums there is a lot of mixed feeling towards Part P - if I get on a domestic installer scheme is it worth having part P in addition?
Any views welcomed. There is so much **** out there it is hard to work out what is really needed and what isnt
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Cheers buddy.
The idea was to work for myself but the way these courses are sold are a little misleading. Very happy to be working in the real world as there is no way a course can teach you how to work in Grade II listed buildings or churches.
 
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Hey.

Thats a very good point and fair play to you for realising it. You've got the right idea by getting a job with a sparky as there's no substitute for experience.

Good luck.

Lenny.
 
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