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I am looking to resit my ccn1, I am time served and passed the test in 2011 but had a carear change and went to work offshore for the last 9 years, looking to get back to gas side of things, just wanting to know has alot changed in the test, What is the best resource for studying/revising. I have the old corgi books us their anything worth looking at or new things i should look into, any help appreciated thanks
 

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You will have to start again if the last one you did was in 2011

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I am looking to resit my ccn1, I am time served and passed the test in 2011 but had a carear change and went to work offshore for the last 9 years, looking to get back to gas side of things, just wanting to know has alot changed in the test, What is the best resource for studying/revising. I have the old corgi books us their anything worth looking at or new things i should look into, any help appreciated thanks

Hi Jakeb,

I'm in the same boat as yourself, I'm a time served plumber by trade. Have been offshore (ROV) for the past 7-8 years but I'm now getting setup to go back on the tools. It might be worthwhile speaking to your old lecturers as to what they could help you with. The corgi books are great as well as the bpec and niceic.

Let me know how you get on.

Chris
 
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Hi Jakeb,

I'm in the same boat as yourself, I'm a time served plumber by trade. Have been offshore (ROV) for the past 7-8 years but I'm now getting setup to go back on the tools. It might be worthwhile speaking to your old lecturers as to what they could help you with. The corgi books are great as well as the bpec and niceic.

Let me know how you get
 

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