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  1. Marc Lajevardi
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    Marc Lajevardi Trainee

    I didn't fail any exams or anything but when I've looked over my certs I can't see my 17th edition. Does anyone know if I would have got this in with the 2 years I done at college or is it seperate? I've tried calling the college numerous times but it just keeps ringing out. If anyone can give me any help I would appreciate it. Thanks a lot.
     
  2. Zdb
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    Zdb Regular EF Member

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    It's separate
     
  3. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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    don't worry.just do the 18th which you'd need to do even if you had 17th 3 years ago. about £250 course + exam.
     
  4. Marc Lajevardi
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    Marc Lajevardi Trainee

    Bugger. Thank you
     
  5. Marc Lajevardi
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    Marc Lajevardi Trainee

    I'll look into that thank you!
     
  6. Loki
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    Loki Trainee Access

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    On your apprenticeship, you would have been trained up to the 17th.
    As others have said just do the 18th now. Take a look at SparkyNinja channel on youtube videos for free 18th Edition training.
     
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  7. GMES
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    GMES Hairy and proud Staff Member Admin

    I think that is wrong, why should an apprentice who is trained to the 17th then have to sit a seperate exam.
     
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