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What Scheme Are You Registered With?

What Scheme are you registered with ?   22 members have voted

  1. 1. What Scheme are you with?

    • NICEIC DI
      5
    • NICEIC AC
      6
    • STROMA
      2
    • ECA
      1
    • NAPIT Defined Scope
      0
    • NAPIT Full Scope
      2
    • ELECSA
      1
    • OTHER
      2
    • NONE
      3
    • RATHER NOT SAY
      1
    • I'M A VET AND DONT NEED TO BE
      1
    • I'm in Scotland Laddie
      1

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As in the title.

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No poll?

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I set it all up so don't know what happened there. Oh dear.

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ID: 4   Posted (edited)

Can we have an "I'm in Scotland and don't need to be option please"  :innocent

Edited by ProDave
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No option for NICEIC DI (full or limited scope) or AC.....

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I've doctored it :D

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I've doctored it :D

Can you change my vote to AC then?

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Anything else? ;)

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DI full scope & DI limited scope for NIC?

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pick other!!!

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We have another vet?  :o 

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Can you change my vote to AC then?

Me too please.

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Done. Also removed the other vet!

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ID: 14   Posted (edited)

Done. Also removed the other vet!

oops my bad! :innocent:lol:

My employer is registered with the NICEIC domestic installer scheme.

I'd rather be vet!

Edited by Blue Duck
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I've doctored it :D

Not sure that's allowed!

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My vote needs moving to "I'm in Scotland" please.

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My vote needs moving to "I'm in Scotland" please.

FFS!

 

From 'none' or 'other'?

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Well this is going well.

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from "none"

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Well this is going well.

No worse than the general election I'd say,,,, 

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Can we start again? Lol

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I think the 'rather not say' are NICEIC - DI. HEHE

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What is wrong with being a DI.? The limited scope of works we do does not require AC.

I've seen plenty of poor workmanship from AC's.

What's the difference? A bigger cheque?

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ID: 24   Posted (edited)

What is wrong with being a DI.? The limited scope of works we do does not require AC.

I've seen plenty of poor workmanship from AC's.

What's the difference? A bigger cheque?

Before part p there was the NICEIC & ECA. When part p came about the NIC realised that it would be easier to lower the bar and let anyone in rather than make them all become AC so they started the mickey mouse club (DI).

Yes we all know that there are decent reputable DI's, and that there are terrible AC's. Things have changed since DI was introduced, but the stigma is still there.

Edited by Lurch
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Where’s “non of your business”

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