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Spudnik

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As requested a thread specifically dedicated to PART P and the schemes.

Here are the scheme providers that you can enroll on so that you can self certify your own work.

In no particular order of preference, however, the first three are the most popular:


NAPIT UK

ELECSA

NICEIC

BSI

ECA

All the requirements to enroll are on the scheme providers websites listed above, but if there is anything specific you need to know then post here.

However, it is advisable to contact the providers direct.

Approved Document Part P in PDF format can be found here:

http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/uploads/br/BR_PDF_ADP_2006.pdf
 
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you are not right as elecsa is the eca part p schemes provider
3 years late. Welcome JS.
 
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robertadico

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Want some more information about this ............
 
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johnluke

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Need more guidance on PART P
 
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Alex2012

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Hi
If I become NIC Registered will they enrol me on the competent person schemes as some companies of the nic website don't seem to be registered.

Thanks

Alex
 
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