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NICEIC Campaigns 

NICEIC promotes the use of its registered contractors to householders, domestic and commercial landlords, industry and other specifiers of electrical contracting work. It also talks to Government and interested stakeholders on wider issues, such as the wider construction industry, better regulation and skills.

I am Campaign
NICEIC has launched a new advertising campaign to promote the use of its contractors to specifiers and consumers stressing the importance of electricians being annually assessed.  Read more...

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ASK Campaign
Over the past 5 years 6 million people in the UK have used a cowboy trader that has ended up costing thousands to put right. In a bid to clamp down on rogue electricians NICEIC is launching a campaign urging householders to A.S.K – Ask for NICEIC, See if it’s legit, Keep your home safe. Read more...

Jobs for the Girls goes to Westminster
NICEIC took its Jobs for the Girls campaign to Westminster for a parliamentary reception hosted by Labour MP, Chi Onwurah. The event brought together a cross-party band of MPs, dignitaries and female contractors with all guests pledging their support for the campaign. Read more....

2021 Vision
The NICEIC and the ECA have worked together to produce 2021 Vision: The Future of the Electrical Contracting Industry. This major piece of research is designed to provide a long term vision of where the industry may be in 10 years from now.

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Jobs for the Girls
Our new campaign is aiming to encourage more women into the electrical industry. There's a real demand for female tradespeople and many women are now more interested in taking up a trade rather than a profession. We've set up the Apprentice Academy to get the ball rolling. Read more....

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MOT your Home
New research has revealed that homeowners are risking their lives by not getting their electrics fully checked. NICEIC encourages householders to “MOT Your Home” by employing an NICEIC registered electrician to carry out a Periodic Inspection Report (PIR).
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Better Building Regulations
The Department for Communities and Local Government asked for ideas on how to improve the Building Regulations. This is NICEIC’s vision, formulated by listening to our customers, with the aim to make the Building Regulations simpler, more effective and accessible to the construction industry and householder too. See below...

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