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Hi all,not a total novice but only just passed 17th and part p. I used to work for an electrician when i was 16 and did all aspects of the domestic and commercial work but none of the theory or testing. I worked with this man for about 10 months before he decided to change jobs. As a result i had to change jobs and went into a different skilled job. i continued to do some rewires and small jobs for friends and now at the age of 42 i decided to get qualified and make ago a some thing i like doing.
 
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wel as long as you feel confident within what your doin then good luck :)
 
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Hi and welcome to the forums..
 
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jackdor

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cheers. My motto is if you dont know then dont touch. It is all so better to be sensible and safe than daring and dead.
 
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