how does that work ?

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If awaiting an assesment then how 'legally' can you carry out any work ? Do customers and builders just wait in hope ? (As I believe it is not 'good conduct' for another qualified nic spark to sign work off that they have not installed).
And yet again I ask why are there different levels of competance when it comes to the issueing of certs (pir) ? you can either test an installation or you cant.
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Hold onto the EICs until you're reg'ed (except assement job - put that through LABC) then falseify the date, send out EIC, and register them ;)

(obviously agree the hold onto EIC thing with customers)
 
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Adam_151 said:
Hold onto the EICs until you're reg'ed (except assement job - put that through LABC) then falseify the date, send out EIC, and register them ;)

(obviously agree the hold onto EIC thing with customers)

:eek: :rolleyes: :LOL:
 

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