Take a look at our latest news on the ECS and other updates relating to your certification...
From 01 July 2017, the IOSH Working Safely Certificate gained via the online e-assessment will not be accepted as an ECS Health & Safety Assessment exemption.
ECS cardholders, along with JIB and ECA members, can now apply directly through the JIB for a DBS check and photo identity card to confirm their clearance by the DBS
If you’re recruiting electricians and asking for proof of their ECS registration, please be vigilant when checking cards.
Plans are underway to incorporate the forthcoming 18th edition of the IET Wiring Regulations into the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Applying online saves you the £10 administration fee charged for paper applications...
The next edition of the BS7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) will be incorporated into the ECS to demonstrate that gold card holders really do represent the ‘gold standard’ in the industry.
Read more about what the industry classes as 'qualified' and the different routes to become an electrician whether you're just leaving school, changing career or have experience and need to qualify as an electrician…
"Can't I just pay for a card?" Unfortunately not! Take a look at our article that explains more about the ECS card represents and the process that sits behind each application
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