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More and more electrical contractors are turning to NICEIC and ELECSA for registration to help build their business.
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Scottish landlords will have to carry out electrical safety inspections on privately rented properties at least every five years.
Two company officials were ordered to pay more than £30 000 for a number of offences relating to mis-selling the Green Deal scheme, failure to provide the appropriate cancellation rights and mis-use of the NICEIC logo.
Contractors looking to get up to speed with the new Amendment 3 changes can now access an online course created by NICEIC and ELECSA, in association with online learning specialist, Virtual College.
NICEIC and ELECSA Live – the technical conference and exhibition for electrical contractors – has won two major industry awards.
NICEIC and ELECSA’s Live South event has been shortlisted for five national and industry awards.
A new children’s book designed to challenge gender stereotypes in the trades sector features NICEIC registered electrical contractor Mandy Reynolds.
NICEIC and ELECSA have called for a rethink of Third Party Inspection as electrical contractors’ voice their opposition to the scheme.
Searching for an electrician is now easier thanks to a new website listing all firms registered to carry out domestic electrical work in England and Wales.
NICEIC was named certification body of the year at the 2014 National Green Deal and ECO Awards last night.