EICR coding clinic. Episode 9

14 July 2021
Presented by Nik Mitchell, MIET Cert Ed, Training Development Manager & Sam Donaghy, Technical Engineering Manager
20.00 - 20.40

EICR coding clinic. Episode 9

Ever been faced with a job which leaves you wondering which code to give?

In this ever popular feature, our experts will examine your real-life scenarios. Through our live discussion we will identify the steps needed to apply the correct EICR coding including how to find the appropriate reference material.

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The Wire is a live webinar for NICEIC & ELECSA contractors, that you can watch from your PC, tablet or smartphone

If you have any registration queries, please email events@certsure.com 

 

About our Presenters

Nik Mitchell - MIET Cert Ed, Training Development Manager
Apprentice trained and with over 30 years’ experience in the electrical industry, Nik has a varied background and is now a qualified and respected trainer and technical presenter. Having worked on a range of contracts across the private, public and commercial sectors and following a number of years running his own business, Nik joined a national facilities service provider and as NICEIC Qualifying Supervisor lead on technical support and training.

Moving into the education and training sector he became the Commercial Training Manager at one of the largest further education colleges in the East of England. During his 14 years there he created training courses to meet the needs of individuals, small businesses and worked with a number of national and international household brands to develop engineer upskilling programmes.

As member of the IET, Nik joined Certsure in 2018 as National Training Development Manager and is responsible for the development of new training programmes for the NICEIC / ELECSA brands. Most recently, he has been closely involved with the development and launch of the NICEIC / ELECSA ‘Virtual Classroom’

 

Sam Donaghy - Technical Engineering Manager

Sam has more than 40 years' experience in the electrical industry, working initially in the process control sector and also spending time in further education. Starting in 1978 with an apprenticeship for an ABB company which provided automation and control systems, Sam has worked for companies including Siemens and Rockwell Automation, both in this country and abroad. He also spent 12 years working in Further Education developing and delivering Electrical Engineering courses at Level 3, HNC and HND to apprentices in the electrical industry.
 
Sam joined Certsure in 2016 on the Technical Helpline providing telephone and e-mail support and guidance on BS 7671, related British Standards and other Industry Codes of Practice to electrical contractors and others. Sam is now the Technical Engineering Manager responsible for a team of technical engineers who provide technical support to the company’s clients and to members of the public.
 
 

 

*Our technical team will offer guidance on coding on the examples used.  We do not assume any liability to anyone for any loss or damage caused by an error or omission in any advice or guidance given, whether such an error or omission is the result of negligence or any other cause. Where reference is made to any legislation, it is not to be considered as legal advice. Any and all such liability is disclaimed.
 

The Wire is unlike our usual events and will be bought to you at home or on site via your smartphone, tablet or PC! 

 

Here are just a taste of the positive comments we've received:

"I found it to be very interesting and informative from the comfort of my own home."

 "It was an excellent webinar and I would be most pleased if they were to be held on a regular basis to enable us to keep up with the regulations without becoming complacent. Thankyou."

"This is the way forward. Excellent presentation, Thank you."