The Electrotechnical Certification Scheme accredits the qualifications and experience of workers in the electrotechnical industry. Home to the ECS Registered Electrician and ECS Check.
The UK’s renewed focus to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 will encourage a move towards low carbon technology which is creating a whole host of new opportunities for the electrotechnical sector.
These new opportunities mean that the role of the qualified electrician is changing and now is the time to make sure you have the skills and qualifications required to demonstrate your competence as an installer.
Upgrades to the ECS system have been made to make applying for and renewing ECS cards quicker, simpler, more automated and clearer than ever before. Find out more about:
An overview of the different assessments available through the ECS systems including:
Online Assessments available at home or at work, and at any time!
Simply login to your MyECS account or use the Employer Portal to set up remote assessments for your staff or learners.
A short video showing how to undertake assessments online can be found here.