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I'll be taking my 17th Edition exam in May. Providing I pass this, I would like to do some smaller commercial work, mainly adding spurs to power the ELV stuff I install now to make a bit of extra cash. Then later in the year take my exams for Part P.

To become approved I realise you need to pass assessments. But do I need to start taking on work to have assessed after my exam? If so, should I be telling customers that I'm in the process of becoming approved and can't certify my installs until after passing assessments. And what are the repercussions of failing them? Would I just be looking at paying for reassessment or paying someone to come and certify it so as to not leave the customer in the lurch?
 
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