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16th edition without college

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by ben, Aug 19, 2006.

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  1. ben

    ben Guest

    I'd like to pass 16th edition exam without college.
    I am foreginer and I am graduate electrical engineering college abroad
    so my papers are invalid in UK.

    It is posible to get qualification without college?
    How to book 16th edition exam in that way?

    Many thanks.
  2. You might find a college willing to enter you for the exam
    without attending a course, but you will still need to attend
    the college for the exam. IEE does the course and exam in
    something like 2-3 contiguous days, but that's a very expensive
    option relative to attending a Further Education college for a
    few hours a week for 10 weeks.
  3. Ian Boyd

    Ian Boyd Guest

    hi, i recently did the 2381 course via distance learning due to the fact i
    couldn't get the time off work to attend college(i work full time as a
    sparks)the course fees are about 280 quid inc. exam ...the exam has to be
    taken within 2 years i think...hope this helps,
    p.s. you need more than 16th edition to work in uk as a sparks,preferably
    236 pt 1 & 2...
  4. sQuick

    sQuick Guest

    you can work as an electrician in the uk without any qualifications.

    I know people who a registered with an approved part P scheme
    that have no formal electrical qualifications.

    I think they recommend 236 pt1&2 or 'equivalent experience'

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