Keep your technical 'toolbox' in tip-top condition with THE WIRE, our exclusive technical webinar series for NICEIC & ELECSA contractors.  Join over 12,000 peers to hear from our experts on a variety of topics to keep you at the forefront of the industry. 

 
Recent updates to the Electrotechnical Assessment Specification  (EAS) mean there is now a greater focus on recording your Continuing Professional Development. THE WIRE is a free resource for NICEIC & ELECSA contractors, and will count towards your CPD. We will also send you a certificate afterwards so you can document your attendence - bonus! Click here for instructions on how to save your certificate as a PDF. 

If you have questions about registering for a webinar, tuning in live or receiving your CPD certificate then save some time and check out our handy guides to the most frequently asked questions: 

FAQ's - Registering for a webinar 
FAQ's - Tuning in live 
FAQ's - CPD certificates 
 

 

Protection against fire - BS 7671 requirements. Part 1 of 2

Protection against fire - BS 7671 requirements. Part 1 of 2

22 September 2021
Presented by Nik Mitchell, MIET Cert Ed, Training Development Manager & Jon Elliott, Senior Technical Author

NICEIC Online Certification Masterclass

NICEIC Online Certification Masterclass

06 October 2021
Presented by Nik Mitchell, MIET Cert Ed, Training Development Manager, Paul Collins, Technical Services Manager & Louis Barnard, Online Support Team Leader

Protection against fire - BS 7671 requirements. Part 2 of 2

Protection against fire - BS 7671 requirements. Part 2 of 2

20 October 2021
Presented by Nik Mitchell, MIET Cert Ed, Training Development Manager & Jon Elliott, Senior Technical Author

Electrotechnical Assessment Specification (EAS) Update

Electrotechnical Assessment Specification (EAS) Update

01 November 2021
Presented by Nik Mitchell, MIET Cert Ed, Training Development Manager & Paul Collins, Technical Services Manager

EICR coding clinic. Episode 10

EICR coding clinic. Episode 10

17 November 2021
Presented by Sam Donaghy, Technical Engineering Manager

5 Common causes for complaints and how to avoid them

5 Common causes for complaints and how to avoid them

01 December 2021
Presented by Nik Mitchell, MIET Cert Ed, Training Development Manager & Tony McMahon, Customer Relations Engineer