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Hi all,
Just after a bit of advice...
Time-served (Elec/Mech), 18th edition, 2392 Initial Verification, 12 years experience in industrial environment with experience in domestic work along the way.
Looking at starting to build up a bit of a client-base/reputation in the domestic world with the intention of making the leap when the time is right.
Just wondering what advice any of you could offer with regards to this route.
The main thing is whether I should aim to join an approved contractor scheme straight away? The cost of the membership feels a bit of gamble at this point as I don’t know whether I’ll earn enough to justify it. Would you recommend sticking to small (non-notifiable) jobs for now?
Hoping some of you have some experience in this route and could offer some advice.
Thanks in advance!
 
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