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hi everyone,
ive not long been self employed and need a little bit of advice, i know information is out there on the old web but thought id be best on a specific forum like this one.

ive already done my c&g 2360 many years' ish ago, but never got round to do my 16th edition or 2391. :mad:
all in id say ive got around 9-10 years electrical experience though not enough on paper. im doing my eal domest staller tomorrow which i know is a step in the right direction. Ive recently won a full barn conversion (new build) and also got a job to look at next week in leeds which involves a shop refit. i know what im doing when it comes to the work but im confused as to contradicting things ive heard from various ppl about what i need to do.
Is there a scheme that i can join once i get my dom installer 2moro, which will enable me to DESIGN and wire and certify the above barn conversion?
Or do i simply need to do my 17th editon course to enable me to do the barn conversion? im also presuming that since i havnt done my 2391 that i would defo not be allowed to do the shop refit in leeds with it being commercial? or again is there a way of doing this job by doing my 17th?
Sorry if all this is long winded! im just trying to go about at all the right way but kinda as cheap as possible, as you all know you justa bought need a mortgage to set up on your own!!! lol

Any comments gratefully received :)

Rich from York
 
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