ECS Registered Electricians reaches 20,000!


Over 20,000 ECS cardholders have now signed up for ECS Registered Electrician status this is a huge milestone...We do our part for the volume of cardholders by teaching students the 18th edition wiring regulations week on week. These 18th edition courses that we host are aimed at helping you gain familiarity with the layout, content and application of the latest regulations. The JIB established ECS Registered Electrician status to recognise those who are not only working at the industry-recognised Level 3 standard, but also have the current edition of the Wiring Regulations!


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An ECS Card Example


Registered Electrician cardholders can gain a well-deserved endorsement for their professionalism and skills, stand out amongst their peers and get a valuable boost to their status, credibility and reputation - likewise for contractors to show that their staff are all capable professionals as identified by their card...

Electrical Training?


If you too are looking to complete your 18th edition then look no further, you're in the right place. Here at our training centre, we offer a comprehensive 3-day course that will help you to gain an understanding of how to use the book itself and how to apply the theory into real-life scenarios. The 18th edition course is aimed at practising electricians, electrical contractors and those who require to have a good working knowledge of the subject. By law, it is a requirement that everybody working with electrics should understand the latest regulations.


18th edition courses

The 18th Edition Course at Able Skills


Our 18th edition courses are short but very intense and will aim to involve as much learning as possible, our instructors are experts on the subject which makes it so much easier for candidates as they can ask questions in real-time and gain an insight into not only the wiring regulations but the trade of electrics overall. The course will look at the following topics over the 3-day period:


  • Scope, object and fundamental principles
  • Definitions
  • Assessment of general characteristics
  • Protection for safety
  • Selection and erection of equipment
  • Inspection and testing
  • Special installations or locations
  • Appendices


More Details:


If you would like some more information about any of the electrical courses or indeed our 18th edition courses, then do not hesitate to get into contact with can do this in a few ways. Firstly, call 0808 100 3245 or simply email [email protected] with any questions. If you would like to take a look around our training centre, then you are welcome to do so; come on down to our office, which is located in the middle of our centre - a member of staff will be happy to show you our facilities, answer questions and advise you on whatever it is you are looking for!

K5, Riverside Industrial Estate, Riverside Way, Dartford DA1 5BS