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Hi guys
Just wondering about doing testing when not in a scheme.
So I'm fully qualified and also have my 2391-52 and have turned down quite a few side jobs of condition reports. However a few people have now said to me I can do them and use generic test forms and pass these on?? Is this correct?
 
What if you had no quals but was competent to carry out the tests and obviously not in a scheme ?.

Unless you are 100 percent confindent you are never going to make a mistake, and no fault is ever going to arise on an instalation you have tested, you will need to be able to prove that you were competent to carry out the tests.

Also, insurers would be unlikely to cover you for professional indemnity, unless you could prove to them that you were competent.
 

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