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French qualified electrician

Posted by Snowman-185063 - Created: 13 years ago
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Posted by Barney Gumble - 13 years ago

a recognised electrician's qualification that you can get in later life is actually the CAP, BEP... etc. You'll be in a classroom with lots of teenagers, but there's no law to stop anyone from going back to school or getting any kind of academic qualification regardless of age.

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Posted by No.6 - 13 years ago

Hi snowman, your question prompted me to have a look around the web and surprisingly, aside from the kind of technical diplomas (e.g. CAP, BEP, BAC PRO, etc.) obtained at school, there doesn't seem to be a recognised electrician's qualification that I can see that one can obtain in later life - in Switzerland, Canada and Belgium, yes, but France, no - it's a little odd..

All I found was this organisation which proposes distance learning to become an electrician but it simply awards their own course diploma: http://www.cnfdi.com/ 

I'd be interested to hear from anyone who can tell us more...