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Hello everyone, i've just passed my 17th edition and looking for more info about the rules and regs (mainly a clear interpretation of what i can and cant do!) Hopefully one day i'll be able to give a bit back to the forum.

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Paul
 
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Are you doing the Domestic Installers course and if so have you registered with someone like the NICEIC


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No i've only done the 2832-10 17th edition course.

A bit of background for you, i'm in charge of maintenance in a small company and offered to go on a course to give me a greater understanding of the regs and (competence allowing) to undertake minor electrical work.

I have done a bit of electrical work over the last decade without any problems, i am a time served engineer and have done my apprentiship with an ONC and HNC in electrical/electronic engineering.

There is the opportunity for work to send me on more course as my skills grow and i would like to ideally be able to do domestic and industrial work.

I would like to know which courses are really required as there seems to be a real grey area over what you can and cannot do espcially in the domestic side of things.
 
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