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ISCE-ECS-Card-Mock-Up-ImageOver 99,000 electrical professionals are proud to hold an ECS card to show their hard-earned credentials at work and on site.

The ISCE Sound Engineer ECS card:

  • Displays your qualifications as an ISCE Sound Engineer and your grade of membership
  • Shows you have been H&S assessed
  • Is the industry’s CSCS card
  • Proves your identity on site

You have spent time gaining your skills – so apply for your ISCE Sound Engineer ECS card and show it with pride.

An ISCE Sound Engineer ECS card is instantly recognisable within the electrotechnical industry and lets you demonstrate your credentials to others; from employers and clients to business contacts and colleagues.

You will find it increasingly difficult to get employment at venues and on building sites without an ECS card because many UK employers specify that holding an appropriate ECS card is compulsory for those working around electricity on their sites.

You will also be able to prove that you are competent in health and safety. You may already have an alternative qualification or CSC card, but if not the ISCE Sound Engineer ECS card incorporates an H&S assessment as part of the application process. This assessment  meets the requirements on employers or site owners for all workers to hold an up-to-date Health & Safety qualification.

Members with a current ECS card should consider holding an ISCE Sound Engineer ECS card upon expiry to raise awareness of our industry which is of course beneficial to everyone.

Please note, ISCE Sound Engineer ECS cards will be withdrawn upon lapsed ISCE membership, even if the card is still valid.

All applications are cross-referenced with the National Insurance database for authenticity. Furthermore, large sites will refer to this database to check card validity too.

ISCE Members

All existing and new ISCE members may apply for the ISCE Sound Engineer ECS card and book your ISCE Health & Safety Assessment here;

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Non-ISCE Members

If you would like to become a member of the ISCE you can apply for ISCE membership here;

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