Reply to post: Re: UK: It's all in the 'title'

When is an electrical engineer not an engineer? When Arizona's state regulators decide to play word games

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Re: UK: It's all in the 'title'

In the UK, people that are not even qualified as fitters or installers, maybe have a 2 week course, are called Engineers by Sky, Virgin, BT etc.

Engineers are not usally sent on a house call to install/fault find a TVRO sat dish and box, a cable modem, connect a washing machine or a VDSL/Fibre modem. They MIGHT be sent when the install dept has failed dozens of times and it sounds really odd/interesting to the Engineering Manager or CEO or CTO.

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