Obviously this might involve some electrical work, which although I know I'm capable of doing "correctly", I might however not be doing as per a "qualified electrician" and per today's "upto date regs".
I've had a quick gander at this new Part P thingy-ma-bob and I'm already confused, so basically, If I want to do the odd bit of electrical work which will fully comply with all new and updated regs, what courses, exams, etc do I need to take.
My local college were very vague when I asked them this question, and I've a feeling they want me to go on any course they've trouble filling. Consequently they've told me a place is available on a PEO Electrical Level 2 (nvq2) 2 year part-time evening course. However they are also running a 2 week intensive Part P course for the princely sum of £700. Should I go on this one?
I've also had a look at the NICEIC website and they seem to offer a multitude of different courses, and I don't feel as if I'd get impartial advice from them either.
Any advice greatly appreciated.