Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS)

ECS stands for Electrotechnical Certification Scheme - it's the sole ID and competence card scheme for electrotechnical operatives in the UK and it's recognised and endorsed by the industry.

Holding an ECS card proves your qualification status, main electrical occupation, identity, your health and safety awareness, as well as any additional disciplines in which you are skilled to work. It is compulsory on almost all UK construction sites that workers hold a valid ECS card.

CNet is proud to have helped develop the NEW structure for the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) Card alongside the Electrical Contractors Association (ECA), ECS and industry stakeholders.

Those who successfully complete many of CNet’s programs will be eligible to apply for the following programs are eligible to apply for the relevant ECS card.

For more information visit - https://www.ecscard.org.uk/card-types/Network-Infrastructure.