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New to the forum & looking for some advice.

I am a time served industrial Electrician of nearly 30 years qualified to HNC standard, however I have been out of the industry for some time.

I am hoping to work part time as an Electrician again & am wondering what are the current requirements qualification wise, ie wiring regs etc.

Any help or advice would be gratefully received.
 
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Where you think your work will, e.g. domestic? Will you want to work for an employer or self employed?
 
Domestic installation ?

There is a guy on YouTube called bokke electrical that did some useful videos on how to get back into electrics
 
I am a time served industrial Electrician of nearly 30 years qualified to HNC, I have been out of the industry for some time.

I am hoping to work part time as an Electrician again & am wondering what are the current requirements qualification wise, ie wiring regs etc.
How long have you been as you say out of the industry? Its currently 18th edition (Blue book).
 
 
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How long have you been as you say out of the industry? Its currently 18th edition (Blue book).
I think the last Regs course I did was the 16th edition so I guess I'm pretty out of date.
 

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Cheers Matthew, is that in the Industrial or Domestic sector? Or both :(
As a whole I would say but domestic can be a real mess!
 
I think the last Regs course I did was the 16th edition so I guess I'm pretty out of date.
I did my apprenticeship under the 16th.....I've still got the big red book i nicked from college.
 

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