Tag Archives: NICEIC

Two rogue solar panel company directors handed four-year jail sentences for deceiving customers

Two rogue directors of a Warrington-based solar panel company have been handed four-year jail sentences for fraudulently deceiving customers and...

NICEIC and ELECSA welcome Hackitt review recommendations

Certsure, which operates the NICEIC and ELECSA brands, has welcomed Government’s intention to take forward Dame Hackitt’s recommendations for improvements...

Last Chance – Only a few days left to enter this year’s NICEIC and ELECSA Apprentice of the Year competition

There’s just a few left to enter this year’s NICEIC and ELECSA Apprentice of the Year competition. More than 550...

Rogue trader jailed for lying about being NICEIC registered

A rogue trader from Lanarkshire Scotland was sentenced to prison after falsely claiming to be NICEIC registered. The man from...

NICEIC launches bursary to encourage female electricians into the industry

To celebrate International Women’s Day, NICEIC is setting up a bursary scheme to help women in the electrical industry. NICEIC...

18th Edition event will be beamed live to 40 cinemas across the UK

The NICEIC and ELECSA have announced plans for largest electrical event ever, as a live talk on the 18th Edition will...

Sparkie’s UFO-inspired “Glamping” pod appears on George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces

An inventive electrician appeared on Channel 4’s George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces with his UFO-inspired “glamping” pod. Martin Johnson, who runs his own...

NICEIC launches free student scheme

NICEIC has launched a new student membership scheme to offer greater support to the electricians of the future. The scheme...

Tackling gender inequality must be a trade priority – Says NICEIC

As the nation celebrates the 100th anniversary of the female vote, NICEIC CEO Emma Clancy says that tackling gender inequality must be...

Directors fined over £12,000 falsely claiming to be members of NICEIC

Two directors of a Welsh company that falsely claimed to be NICEIC registered have been fined more than £12,000. Jason...