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Hi,
I'm a recently qualified electrician and my parents need their consumer unit replacing as they are having a new bathroom and they currently have an old rewirable fuse board so obviously no electrical work can be carried out to it.

The installation has no bonding present and 16mm tales (This would need rectifying)

I don't belong to any regulatory body such as the NIC and work as a maintenance engineer at a hospital, my question is upon replacing the consumer unit and testing what do I do in regards to certification? If I dont belong to the NIC etc then can I still issue a certificate and sign the work off somehow?

May be a daft question but I'm very recently qualified so not had to encounter this stuff yet.

Thanks.
 
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