NICEIC Launches New Membership Scheme For Students

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

The scheme is free to join for all students and apprentices currently undertaking full or part time courses within the electrotechnical industry. All those who join will be able to access the latest advice and support which will complement their current training and development.

Darren Staniforth, senior training development manager at NICEIC commented, “As the leading brand in the electrical industry NICEIC have a responsibility to work with, encourage and promote those who will be working in the sector for years to come.

“The student membership scheme will ensure all those who join have access to the most appropriate technical information and advice which will ultimately help them in their career.

“It complements the work we have done in the past with our Apprentice of the Year competition and Jobs for the Girls campaign and further demonstrates our commitment to helping those who will help shape the future of the electrical industry.”

The scheme is open to anyone currently undertaking relevant technical competency training; full-time, part-time or apprenticeship within the industry. Those who sign up will receive:

  • Welcome pack
  • Membership certificate
  • Regular e-news and bulletins
  • Free quarterly Connections magazine
  • Access to discounted products
  • Free admission to award-winning NICEIC events
  • Technical advice and support
  • Increased visibility for future employment opportunities

For more information about joining please visit www.niceic.com/join-us/student-membership

 

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