Our most popular schemes
Approved Contractor Scheme
Demonstrate your highest standard of workmanship with a scheme that proves you carry out electrical work against the requirements of BS 7671
Competent Person Scheme
You can save time on notifying work with the NICEIC Competent Person scheme.
Domestic Installer Scheme
If you are looking to register domestic installation work in accordance with Part P, then this is the scheme for you.
Rented Sector Scheme
Work in the rental sector? Check out our RS scheme and help landlords provide legally required electrical safety checks for all specified tenancies.
MCS Contractor Scheme
Find out more about renewable technologies, while learning more to be able to help your customers take advantage of Government incentives.
PAS 2030 Scheme
Demonstrate your compliance with the requirements for installing energy-efficiency measures and help your customers access funding with the PAS 2030 scheme.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems Scheme (BAFE SP203-1)
Demonstrate your competence with this four part modular scheme designed to provide your customers with confidence in your fire safety work.
Support your future career and any electrotechnical qualification you are studying for with the Student Membership from NICEIC.
Certifier of Construction, Scotland
Extend your registration scope and be assessed as competent against the requirements of Scottish Building Standards.
TrustMark is a not-for-profit organisation, licensed by the Government and supported by consumer protection. Scheme operators like Certsure are approved to carry the TrustMark logo and recruit reliable and trustworthy tradespersons.
Hazardous Areas Scheme
Available to contractors who are already registered on the Approved Contractor Scheme. If you are looking to work in potentially explosive environments then look no further than the Hazardous Areas Scheme.
The scheme that helps you quickly and easily notify electrical installations if you are working in Jersey.
If you feel a certification decision made by us is unfair, you may appeal. Please refer to our Appeals Guidance Document.