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Hi there,

I may well be working in houses soon, not something I've done much of before. So, I need to know if I'm allowed to do it, now that Part P has come in.

I'm currently qualified to 2391 testing, and 16th Edition, though I'll be doing to 17th soon and possibly 2400 design.

Do I have to join NIC / elecsa / napit ? If I do join, will that mean I'm Part P qualified?

Up until now I've been working for companies in the commercial / industrial side of it, hence my ignorance about Part P.

Thanks for everyones advice!
 
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