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  1. Kiers1970
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    found a place which does it in Cumbria, Lucidos, £155 inc vat. not bad I think. Unless anyone else knows different?
     
  2. telectrix
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    that's expensive . if you do the full course at a college, it's approx. £210 course + £35 exam.
     
  3. QSGAZ
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    You do realise £155 is cheaper than £210? so your more expensive?
     
  4. telectrix
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    nope, the £210 is for doing the full 2382 course, 12 evenings, 1 a week. OP only wants the exam.
     
  5. wallyanker
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    Exam only cost me £86 at my local college, Donny, South Yorkshire
     
  6. Kiers1970
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    My local College, North Trafford wants £375 no VAT and have no availability till September. Where abouts in leafy Cheshire are you Tel?
     
  7. Kiers1970
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    I'd much prefer £86 , beggars can't be choosers. Lets have it, 12 weeks of being told what we all should know. Apart from Bumper car rides regulations of course.
     
  8. telectrix
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    just on the opposite side of northwich to you, off the chester road A556.

    did my 17th at south cheshire college, crewe. wanted to do exam only but they wouldn't without doing the course. gave me a few evenings out the house with a pint in the local on way home. LOL.
     
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2012
  9. Kiers1970
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    Tel, which college mate, just rang mid Cheshire?
     
  10. Kiers1970
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    Te, never mind, got you mixed up with Wally, the Yorkshire Red Nose! cheers lads!
     
  11. tubbys
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    anyone know a good place to do the 17th edition and full course and the 2392? please in the west yorkshire area. ta
     
  12. Ken1956
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    Any body know of a college that will allow you to take the 2382 exam without attending their course in the Merseyside area.

    Cheers
     
  13. Cazmac1
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    Any one know of any places in London offering course only?
     
  14. firemanowl
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    There is an online company where you do all the course work online at your own pace then sit the exam in Northampton on a Saturday morning for £119 inc VAT. I had the results in an email when I got back to Leicester. Put a google search in for "equalified" and follow the link.
     
  15. Cazmac1
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    I'll have to see if I could make a day out of it.
     
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