Health and Safety is at the forefront of not only access to building sites, but also for access to venues for upgrades and routine maintenance. The UK’s recognised and most widely adopted system is the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) to which the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) is affiliated. A recognised trade card is becoming increasingly requested by clients in order for operatives to gain access to sites and to show compliance with core competence criteria.
The ISCE is the sound industry’s leading Learned Body in the UK that offers significant benefits to its Members and the Council is proud to unveil its latest ground-breaking scheme. The ISCE is now an accredited issuer of ECS Sound Engineer cards through the Electrical Certification Board and as such is the only dedicated provider of cards to audio industry professionals. At last there is a card that recognises your profession and your status within the industry.
This 30 minute seminar will be in two halves as follows so that you can opt to attend only the portion of the session that applies to you, therefore maximising your time at PLASA:
1. What is the ECS Certification Scheme and how does it affect me?
2. The mechanism for certification through the Institute of Sound and Communication Engineers.