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I'm a transport refrigeration engineer looking to improve my skills and possibly move in to fixed cold store/ air conditioning/or change and become an electrician, i have a good understanding of single/three phase,rcd breakers etc.
In this industry i find that its a bit of a Grey area when it comes to electrics, as portable cold stores, trucks and trailers are classed as "not fixed applications" and don't need to be certified to work on them (electrical side) as you only work from the 32 amp wall supply, and beyond that back to the consumer unit you need to be certified electrician. is this correct????
As I'm looking at different training courses at moment, would i be correct in thinking if i did my part p (EAL VRQ Level 2) and then my 17th edition i would be able to work on air- con/cold stores in domestic and commercial premises.
If i wanted to change career and become an electrician or trainee old one at least (I'm 35) would this give me a good stepping block??
Many Thanks any help would be much appreciated!!!
 
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