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Calling all sparkies! No nonsense insight to the amends being made to the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

Grab your chance for a face-to-face update on the latest changes that all electricians should know about.

We are delighted to announce the Checkatrade team will be attending TechTalk events in partnership with the IET, a live event for electricians to discuss and explain the 2nd Amendment to the 18th Edition wiring regulations.

One of the UK’s leading electrical experts will be presented by CEF’s new Head of Technical solutions. Darren Staniforth. He will be joined on stage by Dave Austin, Technical Presenter of the Learning Lounge and guest speaker Mark Coles, Technical Regulations Manager from the IET.

The talks include:

  • A full breakdown on the 2nd Amendment to the 18th Edition wiring regulations
  • Energy Monitoring explained
  • Battery Storage installations
  • EV charging and the opportunities it offers
  • Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) Coding
  • Carbon Monoxide Legislation Changes
  • Technical Q&A

TechTalk events

Find your nearest event location and dates for April 2022

ItemAverage cost
Mobile welding service
Mobile welding – standard minimum call out charge. This will generally cover 2-3 hours work.£200
Mobile welding – urgent* minimum call out charge. This will generally cover 2-3 hours work.£300
Additional work (if over the initial 2-3 hours)£50/hour
Garage based welding service
Small job – small hole/patch/rust weld repair£125
Average job - sill welding repairs£300
Complex job – car chassis weld repairs£1,000
Welder hourly rate£50/hour

You can register here!

This is an excellent opportunity for electricians to determine what these changes will mean for them and their businesses. Why not take the chance to pop by our stand and say hello, we are ready to help answer any questions you may have.

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