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I am new to the industry, and have recently passed my 2382, and I can see that I can apply to BSI for Part P accreditation. BSI will certify me without a 2391, but I'll probably takle that exam too.

All I need is 2 examples of my work for their inspectors. That's the problem.

I have rewired my son-in-law's house, so I can cite that, but I don't have a second example to show. I can't realistically get a second example as I can't self certify my work, and nobody with any sense will use an electrician who isn't Part P certified.

So what is the best way forward?

I think I need to offer my services (probably for free) to an existing (accredited) electical contractor, so that I can get the experience (actually the inspectable installations) for the inspectors to look at.

I would appreciate any advice thay anyone can give.

I have found this forum to be full of helpful sparkys, so thanks in anticipation.

Dave
 

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