ECS Approved Health & Safety Course- ECS Labourers Card
The ECS Labourer Card is for anyone looking to start or further their career as an electrician. Beginning as an electrical labourer, trainee, or just looking to change your career path by gaining an ECS Labourer Card indicates you have met the minimum requirements to assist competent, qualified electricians in their work.
When you gain the ECS Labourer Card, you must work under the supervision of a competent electrician whilst completing any electrical installations. This will ensure safety and efficiency.
The pinnacle of the electrical industry is achieving the JIB Gold Card. But this takes time, requiring plenty of experience and industry-approved qualifications. The Labourer Card provides a valuable opportunity for newcomers, trainees, and those looking to start in the electrical industry. Gaining the ECS Labourers Card will greatly benefit those aspiring to reach the peak of the electrical industry to become a fully qualified electrician and gain a JIB Gold Card.
You will need to complete an ECS recognised Health and Safety Course. Also known as an ECS Health & Safety Exemption. The SPA Health & Safety Core Day is a recognised ECS Health & Safety Course and can be used to gain an ECS Labourers Card. – MJ Electrical Training offer this course as a one-day, online course using Teams or Zoom, with plenty of availability and quick turnaround time to continue with the ECS application
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