Our student scheme is for those undertaking an Electrotechical qualification.
The NICEIC Student Membership Scheme is available to support and complement the training and personal development of students undertaking relevant technical competency training, whether full-time, part-time or through an apprenticeship within the electrotechnical industry.
As the leading brand in the electrical industry we pride ourselves on technical excellence and professionalism and where better for you to start your journey with us than at the beginning! By joining our student scheme we aim to be a partner for life and support you throughout your career within the electrical sector.
College Talks available
Benefits of the scheme
As part of the student scheme , our Senior Technical Development Manager, Darren Staniforth and Jake Green, Marketing Technical Presenter offer the opportunity, by arrangement, to attend your college and give a technical talk as well as answer any technical questions.
If you would be interested in Darren and Jake coming along to your college to talk, please contact email@example.com.
Darren Staniforth, Senior Technical Development Manager has over 30 years’ experience as an electrician and is a qualified lecturer in the electrotechnical industry. He joined NICEIC in 2006 and currently develops and presents technical topics at all NICEIC and ELECSA events.
Jake Green, Marketing Technical Presenter graduated through NICEIC’s apprentice academy, Jake has experienced all aspects of the trade carrying out work on Solar PV, agricultural installations and commercial sites. Jake joined NICEIC in 2017 and has now completed his traineeship. Jake now presents alongside Darren at all NICEIC and ELECSA events.
To apply for membership you will need to have a minimum of 3 month remaining on your current electrotechnical course or apprenticeship scheme or your course must be longer than 3 months in duration.
To apply please complete and submit our online application form
or call us on: 0333 015 6625
To apply for this scheme you will need evidence of the electrotechnical course you are undertaking and
you will need to have a minimum of 3 month remaining on your current electrotechnical course or apprenticeship scheme or your course must be longer than 3 months in duration.