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Technoferret

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Hello, this is my first post so please forgive any mistakes.

The company i work for is registering for niceic as requested by some of our major customers. we install, service and commission machinery and we only connect the machines to an existing isolator on the wall, so we only test from the isolator to the machine.
Can anyone tell me if i need to have C&G 2391 to register with NICEIC before i spend any money unnecessarily.
I have 16th edition which i am doing the upgrade to 17th for shortly.
your help will be appreciated

Cheers Craig
 
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Technoferret

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I have booked the 2391 course anyway for december, and i have the nic assessor coming to see me in a couple of weeks to go through it all.
cheers
Craig
 
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Dave

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welcome craig....thanks for keeping us up to date on your progress..
 
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Technoferret

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Thanks dave
i've heard there is a 80% fail rate on the 2391 course, don't know how true that is.
anyone else heard this?
Cheers
Craig
 
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coxy

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Hi the 2391 is hard but the nic eic do not require you to have it.
All they say is you have to be competent.
 
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Careful

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Hi I'm studying for my 2391 at the moment and believe me it's a killer! and yes I have heard and can believe there is an 80% fail rate but we all got to have it sooner or later or we can't work.
 
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