ECS expands its remote invigilation service
The Electrotechnical Card Scheme (ECS) recently expanded its remote invigilation service for cardholders and employers, allowing them to undertake assessments using AI-powered, remote invigilation technology. ECS has produced a short video with step-by-step instructions on how to set up a remote assessment, which you can watch below. Jay Parmar, Chief Executive of the Joint Industry […]Read More
Reminder from ECS about pre-apprentices and ECS cards
The Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) is reminding employers in the electrotechnical industry to register potential apprentices for the ECS Pre-apprentice card, which has been designed to support the employer and potential apprentice in achieving a successful probationary period before the full apprentice registration is made by a training provider. To have the facility added to […]Read More
Network Infrastructure Assistant ECS card updated to include C&G qualification
A range of ECS cards are now available through the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) for the Network Infrastructure industry, previously referred to as Datacomms. After an extensive consultation process to develop the new Cable Network Installer apprenticeship, work was undertaken to map across qualifications and raise standards in the sector. The Network Infrastructure Installation Assistant […]Read More
From CSCS to ECS, which cards do electricians need and why?
It’s almost impossible to gain access to a construction site without being in possession of a trade card. Not only does a card prove your identity, qualification level and occupation, it also confirms your awareness of site Health and Safety. Deaths on construction sites are currently at their lowest level ever with 48 deaths recorded […]Read More