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Trevor Webb

Hello everybody!


My name is Trevor Webb, and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and promote our new 18th Edition Online Course.

 

I have been an electrician all my life, worked on a wide range of electrical installations in different environments and for the last six years I have been in electrical training.

This is why I was selected to be the author of our 18th Edition Online Course, which was developed in association with LearnZone Media who are handling the technical side of things for the course.

 

The online course is made up of:
- video presentations covering each Part of the BS 7671 book
- revision questions covering each Part of the book
- tips and tricks to help you pass the exam
- a dedicated exam simulator for the C&G exam with questions handpicked by myself

 

Why is an online course better than a classroom one?
- price - £68.00 for the course or £179.00 with the C&G exam included
- save even more money by not having to take time off work
- unlimited access for as long as you want (no time limit whatsoever)
- access the course anytime, anywhere on any device (PC, laptop, tablet, smartphone) with nothing to download at all
- 30 days money back guarantee
- tutor support - even on the cheapest plan you are more then welcome to ask me a question if you get stuck
- dedicated tutor support - talk to me on phone or Skype - this is on the Premium plan only

 

C&G 2382-18 exam:

 

We have partnered up with several exam centres that offer the C&G 2382-18 exam. Exam locations:

 

Aberdeen, Antrim (NI), Aylesbury, Basildon, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Brigg, Exeter, Glasgow, Gloucester, Hull, Ipswich, Leicester, London, Luton, Maidstone, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Peterborough, Reading, Stockton-on-Tees, Southampton, South Wales and Watford.

 

 

Preview the course for free at:

 

https://www.learnzonemedia.co.uk/p/18th-edition-online-course

 

Special offer for forum members:
10% off with discount code: TEFORUM

 

Feel free to review, comment or otherwise discuss the course and anything about it, here in this forum. All feedback is much appreciated.


P.S.: don`t forget to check out reviews about the course on TrustPilot

 

 

 

 

Edited by Trevor Webb
exam locations added

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Andy™

how do you go about the exam? do you need to go to a test centre somewhere or is that online too?

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Trevor Webb
7 minutes ago, Andy™ said:

how do you go about the exam? do you need to go to a test centre somewhere or is that online too?

 

We have partnered up with several exam centres that offer the C&G 2382-18 exam.

Our main partner exam centres are in London and Manchester where we can provide the exam on almost any date and time, even at a fairly short notice.

Main partner exam centres:
- London, Hanger Lane
- Manchester, Heywood

 

We are also working closely together with some other exam centres, in order to provide a wider coverage throughout the UK: Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bradford, Chesterfield, Epsom, Glasgow, Gloucester, Leicester, Liverpool, Maidstone, Newcastle, Stockton-on-Tees, and Watford.

Also, we are in discussions with several other C&G registered exam providers - so hopefully, more locations will become available soon.

 

 

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Andy™

get one for newcastle and Id be interested

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binky

ditto, Plymouth.

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Trevor Webb
2 hours ago, Andy™ said:

get one for newcastle and Id be interested

Hi,

 

We do have Newcastle on the list.

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2 hours ago, binky said:

ditto, Plymouth.

 

Nothing in Plymouth yet, sorry. London perhaps?

 

Once you are done with the course, we will provide you with a Certificate of Completion. This way, you could always try and contact your local C&G exam centre yourself. I hope this helps.

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Admin 3

Post Stickied, Welcome to the forum Trevor 

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Trevor Webb
45 minutes ago, Admin 3 said:

Post Stickied, Welcome to the forum Trevor 

Thank you!

Looking forward to some interesting discussions. :) 

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Trevor Webb

Sorry to inform everybody that we needed to change the price to £68.00 and £179.00 respectively. This is because some of our partner exam centres have increased the price of the exam, blaming it on C&G...

If you do some research you will find that this price is still very competitive, but again, sorry for the trouble.

 

The good news is that we have new locations for the C&G exam in South Wales and Norwich available. More locations are coming soon.

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Altin

If I buy the course ,how do we apply that 10 percent code 

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revjames

I'm probably 100 miles from nearest centre

 

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phil d

Having to do exams like these always makes me laugh,many years ago at school I passed an English exam, I have a certficate somewhere saying I can read and write, which is basically what an exam for the wiring regs is. Be honest, going into an exam with a book that has all the answers in it proves only that you can read and know how to find an answer in a book. I often wonder if this is why there seems to be more issues with electrical work these days than there were in the past.

Look at it this way, if you are in a classroom and have to give the maximum value of loop for a certain type/ rating of breaker, then you open the book, find the answer and write it on the exam paper, how confident would you as a customer feel if you had a spark working for you who kept looking in a book to make sure he was doing things right?

No, for me an open book exam is a farce, even when sitting the PAT exam, you are not allowed to take the book into the exam with you, considering the importance of not only knowing, but understanding how to apply the regs, you'd think there'd be a better way of doing the exam, or is the reality of it, like a lot of us suspect, that the constant 'updates and changes to the regs, along with the need to sit the exams, is nothing more than yet another way to extract more money from the already overburdened electrician.

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