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Whats the best course to be able to self certify your work? Part P (which one), NIC EIC, ECA? I'm looking to go self employed in the near future, and would like to be able to do more jobs on the side to build my customer base up, but would like to be able to self certify my work.

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Hey sellers.

Theres a link below to a section of the forum which may help you out.

At the end of the day only you can decide which one is best for you depending on wether you only want to do domestic work or wether you want to do periodic inspections/commercial installations.

I believe ELECSA are good for domestics and are very helpful to you.
Obviously NICEIC is the most recognised name but a lot of people feel that they take your money and run.

Check out the link mate, they're all there.

http://www.electriciansforums.net/electrical-wiring-theories-electrical-regulations/4299-competent-person-schemes-part-p.html

Cheers.
 
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