Are you NICEIC’s next quiz champion?

Quiz champion

Are you NICIEC’s next quiz champion? Do you have what it takes to take the crown from the current holder, Darren Cooke of Stolworthy Electrical? If so, put your skills to the test by signing up for the NICEIC Amendment 2 quiz on 14 September at 8pm.

The event, which will focus on the implementation of Amendment 2 of BS 7671:2018, aims to raise funds for the Electrical Industries Charity (EIC). Providing a lifeline to so many, the EIC delivers free confidential and practical support to those working in the electrical contracting industry and their families.

All participants will be asked to make a voluntary donation of £1 to enter, an amount which NICEIC will match, with 100% of the funds raised going directly to the EIC.

“The last NICEIC quiz was a great success,” says Paul Collins, NICEIC’s Head of Technical Services.

“With hundreds in attendance, it was a tight contest which saw Darren Cooke win ultimate bragging rights. This time, we want to combine our contractor’s competitive nature with fundraising for a truly worthy cause.

“The EIC do so much great work for the men and women of our industry, and we are pleased to be able to help in any way we can.”

Tessa Ogle, Electrical Industries Charity, Managing Director and CEO adds: “We are thrilled to be part of the hunt for NICEIC’s next quiz champion and greatly appreciate the support from NICEIC and its contractors. Our work is vitally important and couldn’t be done without fundraising initiatives such as this.”

To sign up for the quiz, click here and register your attendance. To make a donation to the EIC, click here.

www.niceic.com

www.electricalcharity.com

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