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  1. pal4life
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    Could anybody tell me if I as a domestic installer with the NICEIC do i have to purchase there certificate software package, or is there an alternative?
     
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    RWJ 8,400+ day wonder Electrician's Arms

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  4. Jel
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    Jel Regular EF Member

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    Amtech is good testing software, and will be fine to use.
     
  5. pal4life
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    Many thanks for your replies but if I use any of those will the niceic accept them when purchasing e certs and submitting them?
     
  6. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    I'd recommend PIRform.
     
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  7. a1guvner
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    a1guvner Electrician's Arms

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    With Easycert you can print straight onto the NICEIC forms or create a PDF to print yourself
     
  8. Mark_Burgess
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    Mark_Burgess Electrician's Arms

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    Been using it for 18 months now, so easy.
     
  9. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    The only thing I don't like is the fact you can't store clients and multiple addresses of rental properties!
     
  10. Mark_Burgess
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    Let them know, they might add it to the list.
     
  11. RWJ
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    RWJ 8,400+ day wonder Electrician's Arms

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    There's nothing in the Regs or the "Rules of enrolment" (I'm sure the DI rules are the same) to say you can't....
    The NIC have never queried certs we've given them we use software and ALWAYS use the JOB NUMBER as reference.

    None of this buying cert numbers rubbish, we feel using the job number gives better service as it's more easily traceable from initial telephone call to completion. All the paper work will have the same reference!
    Also if a customer has a question it can often be dealt with by the receptionist answering the phone as ..again.. the numbers are all the same.
     
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  12. mogga
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    mogga Just me Electrician's Arms

    IMO hold off purchasing just now till all the firms clear themselfs of "wee bugs" with the new ammendments we use Amteck and its great BUT there are a couple of set up things like it needs 2gb ram or preferably higher
     
  13. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    I raised this point a few months ago and they said its in their "to do" list, so fingers crossed it'll get done as I do rate this package.
     
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