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markh85
16-09-2010, 05:44 PM
Hi, my company are only willing to put us through a 3 day course for the 2079. Does anyone that has this got any advise for the course or shall I pay the extra for the 5 days? I currently have 4 years experience and completed NVQ level 2 and starting level 3 in November?
Thanks.

Grizzly
16-09-2010, 08:13 PM
Hi Mark.
Does not obtaining 2079 form part of your NVQ training?
Meaning it's done "in house" at your training centre.
Grizzly

markh85
16-09-2010, 08:43 PM
Hi, no unfortually not as they included it into the course after I had completed it. All I completed was the 2078.

Quality
16-09-2010, 09:39 PM
Simply 2079 is not included in any nvq due the f gas being mandatory

but to answer your question if you have completed your nvq 2 you will have no problem with a 3 day course

3 day which center ?

markh85
20-09-2010, 08:30 PM
Ellis Training where I am doing my level 3 training but just got a letter through saying they inculde the 2079 with the course now so hopefully pass first time!!

Quality
20-09-2010, 08:49 PM
Thats obviously an offer they are doing which is good for yourself , my point was that 2079 is not part of the NVQ but is a separate qualification.
They are obviously a decent center who can provide both qualifications.
good luck

nevgee
20-09-2010, 10:25 PM
I have an apprentice about to start nvq2 and the 2079 is included in the course. Although I do accept he fact that it is a separate qualification and probably bolted onto the NVQ. He has been with me for 9 months and recently got through the CITB "F" Gas course , even though I had him booked on a 4 day course he finished it in 3 days.

Anyone completing the NVQ2 would most likely be comfortable getting through the "f" gas qual.