NICEIC and Elecsa Partner With ECA For Free Industry Webinar

NICEIC and Elecsa will once again partner with ECA, the industry’s leading trade association, to deliver the second in a series of business support webinars aimed at supporting electrical contractors.

The next webinar, which takes place on Friday, May 1 at 11am, will examine all the latest advice surrounding the government’s furlough scheme. Open to all, this session will answer contractor’s questions and provide specific guidance on how the support programme applies to the electrical contracting industry. To register, visit

“As the economic realities of COVID-19 continue to take hold, it is vital that all electrical contractors have access to sound and tailored advice,” says Darren Staniforth, Senior Technical Presenter NICEIC & ELECSA.

“The landscape is moving at pace, and while the government’s furlough scheme has been well documented in the media, we are acutely aware that there are still a lot of unanswered questions surrounding the eligibility criteria and the process associated with claiming grants.

“By way of supporting our registrants and the broader electrical contracting industry, we have partnered with the ECA to deliver expert tailored advice to our sector.

“Please join myself and ECA’s Director of Employment & Skills, Andrew Eldred, to get the answers you need to make the right decisions for your business.”

The previous webinar, which explored the financial support available to small businesses and sole traders, is available to watch on-demand via the NICEIC and Elecsa websites.

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