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Aerlingus

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Hi all,

I read somewhere on this forum that they were about to be assessed by an NICEIC inspector re: membership. They quoted that they only had to produce TWO pieces of work for inspection. I think they went for Socket and CU. When I recently applied for NICEIC membership the inspector has asked to see FIVE pieces of work for inspection? I feel that having to produce three more pieces of work is a bit harsh? Comments please fellas.
 
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can I ask what types are the other 3 pieces which they want to look at ? or all together what 5 pieces do they want submitting?
 
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Aerlingus

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The inspector wants to see installation work that I have recently done. So that could be anything from a re wire to an extra socket installation, and everything to be certificated as well! Ok fair play I say, but this seems to be a far more rigorous inspection than the other guys have had?
 
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MacSparky

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If that is so then perhaps maybe they have already started to tighten things up for competent persons, i think this was mentioned in another thread recently......and before anyone jumps in to try and throttle me for mentioning the 'C' word......Que Sera Sera:p
 
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slrichardson

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Are you going for part p domestic installer status or full niceic approved contractor? the domestic installer is only 2 and i think the approved contractor might be the 5?
 
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stevie h

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Are you going for part p domestic installer status or full niceic approved contractor? the domestic installer is only 2 and i think the approved contractor might be the 5?


Am sure this is correct
 
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ONIT

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You Are Correct , I Spoke To Them The Other Day And Its 2 For Domestic And 5 For Approved
 
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