18th Edition

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by Bloomin Scarper, Jul 28, 2018.

  1. Coloumb

    Coloumb Well-Known Member

    Only non-registered spark would be able to avoid owning a copy of the latest regs, so it would seem this is what you are going to do.

    Ergo, you are a cowboy.

    Also, it's a public forum. If you don't want to air your dirty laundry in public, I would suggest you stop posting rather than accusing me of making "snidey" comments and being nosy.
     
  2. sparkykent

    sparkykent New Member

    You can get the required information without owning the physical book so get your facts straight before you slander innocent people. Being registered is not an indication of competence either so what is your issue with being registered or not?
    No dirty laundry just cold hard facts.
    Think before you type
     
  3. Coloumb

    Coloumb Well-Known Member

    You need to be registered in order to comply with Part P of the building regs. It's a legal requirement, its NOT slander. In order to comply you need to be registered. If you are registered your registered body will require you to own a copy of the latest regs, perhaps even the latest qualification.

    You know this already.

    I agree being registered or not is NOT be a indication of competence, I am not registered but I AM competent.

    My "issue" is that I DO NOT carry out chargeable work for customers, I only DIY.

    Well, unless, of course, you only DIY yourself?

    Otherwise, you're are a cowboy.
     
    Last edited: Aug 5, 2018
  4. zsoltimatrix

    zsoltimatrix New Member

    I just passed my exam :)

    It cost me £159 with an online course and the C&G exam included. I can 100% recommend it! The course was done by Trevor Webb and it is a series of video presentations, plus revision questions and an exam simulator. I find the course on YouTube since the first part is up there for free... It is really, really good.
     
  5. unphased

    unphased Screwfix Select

    I think you should seek medical assistance for your forum addiction, Lee. You clearly have some kind of mental instability that forces you to regularly find ways of posting on this forum under different pseudonyms, all of which leave a trace of a connection to the Leesparkykent you used originally. You have been banned form the forum, Lee, it is easy to see why. I really would recommend you get medical help from a mental specialist to cure your addiction.
     
  6. Bob Rathbone

    Bob Rathbone Well-Known Member

    The price is high partly for the reasons you state and it is a tax deductible item, as is the course and exam( and overalls). The amount of deduction claimed will depend upon your business structure.
     
  7. Coloumb

    Coloumb Well-Known Member

    Also trading under the name "magicspark".
     
  8. sparkykent

    sparkykent New Member

    You do not need to be registered to comply with building control at all so kindly get your facts right,3rd party inspection and testing is permitted under the right circumstances. You are also on another thread telling someone else NOT to listen to building control's advice so which one is it? Listen to building control or not listen to building control??? Make your mind up time. Yeeeee-Haaaaaaa
     
  9. peter palmer

    peter palmer Well-Known Member

    You can also tell BC you are doing work and pay the fee to them and let them get all the relevant paperwork in order. No need to be part pee registered that way.
     
  10. unphased

    unphased Screwfix Select

    The main issue with that is you are supposed to get approval to do that FIRST before the job starts. What tends to be happening is the unscrupulous electricians are doing all of the work first, then hoping someone else will be able to produce a test certificate for satisfying Part P. That was never the intention. To be honest the whole Part P has been mis-managed and mal administered by everyone from start to finish. BC have made up their own rules, nobody has been bothered enough to take them to task and there is no enforcement whatsoever with major inconsistency in its application across the board. Electricians, too, have made up their own rules and decided that it is okay for someone else to sign work off.

    It really boils down to an age old problem within the industry, that of electricians being pretty much clueless when it comes to testing and only a small percentage actually understand it and practice it. The excuses that you hear are laughable.
     
  11. Bazza-spark

    Bazza-spark Well-Known Member

    What makes it even worse is that it is the business that is Part P registered, not the electrician.

    As I have said before, I was full scope NICEIC QS. When I left the company I was immediately no longer able to sign off work, but the company with no spark on their books had 6 months to employ a spark to sign of work he had not been involved with before they lost their registration.

    The whole system is a farce to allow the scam providers to make their money.

    Kind regards
     
  12. Magicspark

    Magicspark Member

    Only just seen this. You are completely wrong!
     
  13. unphased

    unphased Screwfix Select

    Completely wrong, or just a bit wrong?
     
  14. Magicspark

    Magicspark Member

    Completely wrong a bit like your switch fuse installation I see a pic of ;)
     
  15. Coloumb

    Coloumb Well-Known Member

    Much co-incidence, such scare...spooky....

    Untitled.jpg
     
  16. Magicspark

    Magicspark Member

    What that two posts were posted at the same time by two different members? Yes very spooky that! I think you may need to grow up.
     
    KennySpark likes this.
  17. Coloumb

    Coloumb Well-Known Member

    etc ad nauseam.
     
  18. chippie244

    chippie244 Well-Known Member

  19. unphased

    unphased Screwfix Select

    Nothing wrong with it, a bit of exposed basic insulation out of reach.
     
  20. Magicspark

    Magicspark Member

    You are joking?
     

Share This Page