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Grizzly
20-03-2008, 04:45 PM
Can someone advise me.
A certain Training Establishment up in Doncaster.
Is advising Students past and present that!

City and Guilds, Safe Handling of Ammonia 2078.

IS RENEWABLE EVERY 3 YEARS!

Is this a scam or fact?

I have been on the City and Guilds and ACRIB Websites.
And can not find anything to say that it is?

WHAT DOES EVERYONE RECKON??
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Chunk
20-03-2008, 05:55 PM
Hi Grizzly.

I have got my 2078 done 8 years ago and no-ones told me about renewing it.

The only one i had to renew was the care gas one which lasted 3 years.

all run out in a couple of years anyway,so you might get the new quali`s before anybodies noticed.

frank
20-03-2008, 07:25 PM
A City & Guilds qualification is for life.

A CITB qualification is for 3 years.

Go figure. Seems to be all about money to me.

Maybe Ian (Pooh) has a comment to add.

Grizzly
20-03-2008, 08:05 PM
Hi Grizzly.

I have got my 2078 done 8 years ago and no-ones told me about renewing it.

The only one i had to renew was the care gas one which lasted 3 years.

all run out in a couple of years anyway,so you might get the new quali`s before anybodies noticed.

Erm! Don't think so?? May need to be added to - Yes!
Is Ammonia affected ?


A City & Guilds qualification is for life.

A CITB qualification is for 3 years.

Go figure. Seems to be all about money to me.


Could not of put it better myself Frank.
But you can't make money out of that can you.

So if a TRAINING ESTABLISHMENT is prepared to lie.

What does that say about their ethics!

Grizzly

marc5180
20-03-2008, 09:28 PM
I have the 2078 and it ran out last June, i had to pay around 40 to renew it.
It is just a money making scam:mad:

Tony
28-03-2008, 12:14 PM
A certain Training Establishment up in Doncaster.
Is advising Students past and present that!

City and Guilds, Safe Handling of Ammonia 2078.

IS RENEWABLE EVERY 3 YEARS!


There are three different training centres in Doncaster, and I am sure that you are not trying to tar us all with the same brush.

So it would be only proper to narrow the field down - could it be a company that had an ammonia plant built especially for training engineers?

Maybe a company that also makes recovery machines?