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  1. Jb1973
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    Hi guys i have been an electrician since doing my apprenticeship in 1989. I work for an nic eic registered company but a freind has asked me to do some work for him which needs certificates but my boss wouldnt do that for me. My question is how can i go about getting part p registered personally?

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    Be careful though, as I understand it, and I may be wrong, getting yourself Part Peed may open you up to being fired for setting up in direct competition with your current employer
     
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