pa1 certcificate

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salop
My son has lost his pa1 and 2 certificates. ( god knows how he managed that). How do i find out his certificate no, (needs it for assurance)? Used to be city and guilds were cert body not sure now. Any advice please.
 
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salop
Thanks for your swift replies. After trawling through last years emails .I found it.
Cheers Guys. But havent you all got something better to do like farming now its dry?
 

Gav

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Trade
Location
Norfolk
Just ring city and guilds there very helpful tbf

This but be prepared for what they charge for replacement certificates unless they’ve had a change of heart. You might struggle to get hold of someone by phone at the moment as well as they are running on a skeleton staff due to Covid restrictions.
 
This but be prepared for what they charge for replacement certificates unless they’ve had a change of heart. You might struggle to get hold of someone by phone at the moment as well as they are running on a skeleton staff due to Covid restrictions.
£44 to look for each certificate so £88 for the two. Brothers lost his aswell☹️
 

Gav

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Trade
Location
Norfolk
That price is to check if you had one. Still the same charge if they fail to find it

£44 to basically put a name and postcode into the computer system......I might carry out training for these assessments (or at least I was prior to the virus!) but I really do question how C & G operate at times!
 

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