It's the weekend, yet again DIY stores up and down the country will be full of people looking to enhance their homes. This could be new light fittings, chrome switches, etc...
So it's only a couple of wires, anyone can do that right?
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NICEIC and ELECSA have today (May 24) launched a new national consumer campaign to promote the use of registered electricians. Entitled ‘Ban the Bravado’, the campaign will look at some of the dangerous DIY electrical jobs people will take on around the home. Former footballer and TV star Dion Dublin will front the campaign which coincides with the May Bank Holiday weekend – when traditionally more DIY jobs are carried out around the home.
The best and worst cities for electricians to work in the United Kingdom have been revealed.
Electrical workwear specialists MI Supplies analysed the yearly pay for electricians in every city in the UK. Their research shows which cities electricians earn the most and least money working in.
They discovered that London and Bristol are the best cities in the UK for electricians to make a living. The average pay is £31,097 for those working in London and £29,620 for those working in Bristol.
Tickets are now on sale for one of the most exciting events ever delivered in the electrical industry. On July 4 th this year NICEIC and ELECSA will be transmitting a live talk on the 18th Edition which will be beamed via satellite to 40 cinema screens simultaneously. Tickets cost just £5 for the biggest electrical conference ever staged and can be booked online at a cinema close to you now by visiting 18edition.com/cinema
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|NICEICfirstname.lastname@example.org||0870 013 0382|
|NAPITemail@example.com||0345 543 0330|
|ELECSAfirstname.lastname@example.org||0333 321 8220|
|BSIemail@example.com||0845 086 9001|
|BESCAfirstname.lastname@example.org||0800 652 5533|