COMPETITION: Certsure Emergency Lighting Course Place

COMPETITION: Certsure Emergency Lighting Course Place

NICEIC and ELECSA (Certsure) are offering one reader the chance to win a place on a fantastic emergency lighting training course.

Emergency lighting is a legal requirement for all non-residential buildings, but understanding the rules and regulations around it can be quite daunting.

With a total of 1.8 million non-domestic buildings in the UK (Source: UK-GBC 2017), including offices, retail outlets, restaurants, hotels and industrial buildings, it’s essential that contractors upskill and update their knowledge of emergency lighting in order to remain competitive.

NICEIC and ELECSA understand that contractors can’t afford to miss out on business when it comes to emergency lighting installation and maintenance, so they’re giving you the chance to WIN a place on a two-part, two-day Emergency Lighting course covering the fundamentals and design aspects, at any one of a number of UK training centres!

What will you learn?
Part 1 – Emergency Lighting Fundamentals (one day)
● Understanding products in the marketplace
● Siting of equipment
● Service and commissioning
● Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order
● Designing to save lives
● Understanding BS 5266/EN 1828
● Log books
● Completing certificates

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Part 2 – Emergency Lighting Design (one day)
● Focus on design aspects
● Design commercial systems in compliance with BS5266/EN1838
● Siting of equipment
● Documentation requirements
● Practical exercise in designing Emergency Lighting systems
● Completion of documentation

Why should you enter?
Becoming an Emergency Lighting expert will allow you to gain new business for both installation and on-going maintenance, giving you an edge on your competitors and increasing your income stream.

Where are these courses held?
NICEIC courses are available at various training locations around the UK, including Cardiff, Edinburgh, Kent, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Suffolk and Derbyshire (the full list of locations can be found at: www.shop.niceic.com/training).

To enter just answer the question below. Please note entry is restricted to one per person.

How many non-domestic buildings are in the UK currently?

1.4 million1.6 million1.8 million

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