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please tell me what kind of job I can get with a PART P. if I ad 17th edition what will I be able to do?

I am kind of mess up with all the information I collect on the internet regarding electrical installation. I want some clarification:

let say I do not have any knowledge in electrical installation, what course should I take first? what job will I be able to do with that knowledge (qualification). Then what will be the next course to take to be higher than the previous one and what job will I be able to do?

In fact, I would like to be advised so that I know what is the start and what is the end in a step by step procedure.

thks all of ya
 

ian.settle1

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please tell me what kind of job I can get with a PART P. if I ad 17th edition what will I be able to do?

I am kind of mess up with all the information I collect on the internet regarding electrical installation. I want some clarification:

let say I do not have any knowledge in electrical installation, what course should I take first? what job will I be able to do with that knowledge (qualification). Then what will be the next course to take to be higher than the previous one and what job will I be able to do?

In fact, I would like to be advised so that I know what is the start and what is the end in a step by step procedure.

thks all of ya
What do you mean "WHAT KIND OF JOB I CAN GET WITH PART P"?:confused:

Part P as has been stated a number of times now is NOT a Qualification but part of the Building Regs. :rolleyes:

How many times are people going to keep asking this question?:mad:

Now I've had my daily rant and got that of my chest, Welcome to the site Will
 
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Ian, it seems there is a common misconception regarding part P. Someone is to blame for people's misunderstanding of what part P really is as it is often bounded about by sparks in relation to a qualification. Some of us realise it is NOT a particular qualification but there are still a lot who think it is a qual such as 2391. I was guilty of this myself until Shakey put me right a few months ago.
If you look at this thread Will it may give you some pointers mate;)
http://www.electriciansforums.net/inspection-testing-certification-electrical-installations/697-part-p-2391-a.html
 
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will

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thanks to all of you who are helping people like me here on the forum. thank you for the time you are taking.

special thanks to you ACCES TRAINING... your respond was very straight and because of that I do have a better understanding of what I should to.
I will be please if you give me more information about the package. I guess when you said you combine all the qual you meant EAL, 2382 and 2392. give me more detail and as well as the EAL itself, the EAL with 2382 and the overall.

thks.
Will
 

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