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
Recognition for NICEIC contractor at Which? awards. Swindon based Grants Electrical has made it down to the last three in the quest to be named Which? Trusted Trader 2018. The NICEIC registered contractor has been shortlisted for the prestigious award from a list of more than 9,000 UK based traders. Grants was initially named Which Trader of the month back in November 2017 following a series of positive reviews. The firm was then shocked to find out it had made the final shortlist – which is based is based on comments, recommendations and feedback from Which? customers.
How You Can Get Lots More Local Customers, Without Depending on Agencies, Lead Generating Companies, Expensive SEO, and Wasted Poor Quality Averts. Saturday 21st April at 10.30. Join James Dewane for a walk through of the S.P.A.R.K.S Blueprint, a system that has changed how over 140 UK Electricians do local business.
Last year, 1,873 fires were caused by domestic electrical white goods such as dishwashers and fridge freezers in England, the equivalent of over five fires per day. The Electrical charity, Electrical Safety First's product checker, contains the details of electrical products that have been recalled since 2007. If you have searched for a product that you own and it is not listed, this means that it has not been recalled and should be safe to use. However we advise you make sure it is registered.
Skilful spark turns temporary structure into spacious pod! An inventive electrician with a penchant for the peculiar hit the headlines recently with his UFO inspired crafty design Martin Johnson, who runs his own electrical business in Pembrokeshire, appeared on the popular Channel 4 show George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces.
NICEIC has launched a new student membership scheme to offer greater support to the electricians of the future. The scheme is free to join for all students and apprentices currently undertaking full or part time courses within the electrotechnical industry. All those who join will be able to access the latest advice and support which will complement their current training and development.
Tackling gender inequality must be a trade priority, says NICEIC CEO Emma Clancy. As the nation celebrates the 100 th anniversary of the female vote (Feb 6 th , 2018) Emma says that despite a certain level of progress in other industries, gender disparity still remains a prevalent issue in the electrical and wider construction sectors.
February 6th 1918 was an important milestone in our history but it only marked the start of a journey that we are still on today to bring about equality,” commented Emma.