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sivoodoo

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Is anyone Part P registerd with these guys:

PARTP.CO.UK - Welcome

Was wondering how they compare to the other schemes.
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Spudnik

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To be honest, they are all pretty much the same.

however, some schemes require more than the minimum requirements that the government has set.

Elecsa seem to win at the moment for their no nonsense approach and fair assessors.

Cant speak for the others tho.
 
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WarrenG

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Yes I spoke to Elecsa the other day to ask about their scheme (my membership with NAPIT is due for renewal) and they seems very friendly.

I personally will more than likely be sticking to NAPIT because I am full scope with them (domestic, Industrial & Commercial) and Elecsa is just for PART P only.

Depends on what work you are looking to do? If you are just looking to do purley house bashing then Elecsa seem to be ideal for it. However if you do do work in other area's Elecsa will recommend that you contact the ECA.

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