We apologise for any delays in reaching the ECS team - this is due to a significant number of online applications; we are deploying additional resources...
You can now apply for your first ECS card and renew your card online. Online applications will also save you money from next year...
Companies that employ a number of staff with ECS cards are benefitting from a new system that eases the process of multiple card applications.
The ECS is warning electricians about using third parties to apply for an ECS card, after a spate of complaints from dissatisfied individuals using such services.
From September 1st the ECS H&S assessment is being changed to include environmental questions. All assessments taken on or after Tuesday 1st September will have the number of questions, to be completed in 30 minutes, increased to 45.
ECS cardholders in England, Northern Ireland and Wales can now benefit from a new online system to keep track of their card.
ECS cardholders can access a more streamlined route to apply for IET membership thanks to a newly-formed partnership between the JIB, SJIB and the IET...
Following the prosecution of two men who produced thousands of counterfeit documents, including ECS cards, please be on your guard for ECS card forgeries that are circulating on the market.
The JIB has announced an increase to its Further Education Fund to boost support for those looking to develop their skills.
An assessment route that enables experienced workers to qualify to Level 3 NVQ standard has been launched by the JIB.
The JIB has asked the industry to be alert in checking that people hold genuine ECS cards, to help eliminate card forgery.
The partnership between the JIB and tax refund specialist RIFT has seen over £500,000 from HMRC given back to ECS cardholders in just over twelve months.
ECS cardholders who are self-employed or run their own business can now benefit from discounted diesel, thanks to a partnership between the JIB and The Fuelcard Company, one of the UK’s largest fuel card resellers.