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Just a quick question really,
Have recently past my inspect & test and thought that was the done deal and that I wouldn't bother getting cert as I didn't fancy the household work stuff.
I was under the impression from my instructor that I was now qualified to do PIRs, however in the pub tonight my local Sparky says I still need to be paying all the dosh whereas I thought this was just for part p.

Newbie and help info reqd. Ta
 
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