As you are aware, floodlights add security to outdoor areas of a home, outbuildings, sports arenas, car parks, airports and business premises. They are also used to temporarily illuminate building sites. However, there are installation restrictions, and floodlights will need to be changed if they are causing artificial light nuisance or light pollution. This can be a costly exercise for electricians should they need to make changes once the floodlights are in place.
NICEIC and ELECSA reaffirm their commitment to raising standards and delivering technical excellence as they expand their training portfolio to include a range of virtual classroom courses.
I’ve Lost Everything! That’s exactly what James Dewane had to tell his family as a result of the 2007 recession. James was left with nothing but his hand tools and a mountain of debt. His electrical contracting company was liquidated, vans were sold off, staff were made redundant, and he couldn’t even talk to his old customers (rules from the liquidator)
James didn’t have time to mope about, he needed to put food on the table and figure out how to pay off his debt…
He had to rebuild and rebuild from scratch, without any money for marketing…
This method is not always as cost-effective as you might think; Belfast Live reports that heating oil is at an all-time low right now, but prices can fluctuate leaving heating bills inconsistent and hard to budget for. That has led to some people leaning towards an electric heating system in their home.
NICEIC and ELECSA will once again partner with ECA, the industry's leading trade association, to deliver the second in a series of business support webinars aimed at supporting electrical contractors. The next webinar, which takes place on Friday, May 1 at 11 am, will examine all the latest advice surrounding the government’s furlough scheme. Open to all, this session will answer contractor's questions and provide specific guidance on how the support programme applies to the electrical contracting industry.
NICEIC and ELECSA, the UK’s leading certification bodies for the electrical industry, have today announced that they will be supporting the Electrical Industries Charity as their chosen charity partner for 2020.
NICEIC, the UK's largest certification body for the electrical contracting industry, has revealed a series of changes to their planned activities and working practices in light of the current COVID-19 Pandemic.
More than 540 electrical students completed the first stage of the competition – an online exam comprising of 40 multiple choice questions relating to electrical installations. Now the top 20% of entrants will go to the second heat of the competition where they will take part in a two-hour written exam held at several locations across the UK.
Kicking off in Corby, the second stage of this year’s competition will test the apprentices understanding and knowledge of installation practices in a two-hour written exam.
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|NICEICemail@example.com||0870 013 0382|
|NAPITfirstname.lastname@example.org||0345 543 0330|
|ELECSAemail@example.com||0333 321 8220|
|BSIfirstname.lastname@example.org||0845 086 9001|
|BESCAemail@example.com||0800 652 5533|