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because New Career Skills dont offer it?!?!

the qualifications they offer are:

  • The 17th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations


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    Electrical Portable Appliance Testing - City & Guilds 2377


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    CSCS Site Safety cards


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    Appointed Persons 1st Aid HSE recognised


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    EAL certificated Domestic Installer Scheme – EMTA Awards Limited


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    Level 3 Certificate in Electrical Inspection, Testing and Certification of Installations Cit & Guilds 2391*
I emailed them to find out why and this was their response

"I spoke to our Lead Electrical Tutor concerning your query regarding t[FONT=Arial Black, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]he City & Guilds 2330.This qualification covers commercial installations and would take a longer time to achieve (2-3yrs). [FONT=Arial Black, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]It would also be very hard to achieve this qualification as a Home Learning Course which we provide. [/FONT][FONT=Arial Black, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]New Career Skills offer Domestic Electrical Installers Qualifications not commercial. "[/FONT][/FONT]
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[FONT=Arial Black, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]would you all still recommend this course if you were only looking for a domestic qualification at the moment?[/FONT]
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[FONT=Arial Black, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]thanks!

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