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Freedo

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Ok, I think it'll be best for me to start as an domstic sparky so I can gain experience with my step dad asap...

I've heard that you don't need the C&G 2330 Levels 2/3 to become a fully qualified electrician - Is this true? Obviously I'd need to become Part P registered what over courses will I need to complete? I currently have no previous experience as a sparky.

Is their any way I can start now? Instead of waiting for the new term to start in September?

All help much appreciated!
 
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Bane

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EAL Domestic Installer Scheme.

Think it'll cost you around 2 grand. If you've got the money then you can start soon as, I imagine. Google it for training centres in your area or use the search button on this site. Loads of threads on here covering it.
 
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