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Since our incorporation in 1989 we have become a significant force in the electrical accessory market. We’re proud to be a british based, family-run business, with an excellent track record of listening to what our customers need and providing the right solution every time.
Manufactured to the highest quality levels in our industry. Our new product development team are constantly tracking market trends, building regulations and approval standards so we can increase our product range to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers.
Scolmore® prides itself on the innovative new products we are constantly developing which enhance the comprehensive ranges available. Click here to see all of our latest products.
Scolmore the click® essentials group of products comprises those items that you will find in a wide variety of installations. Products such as junction boxes, flush mounted switch and socket boxes.
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Eight students hoping to become the next NICEIC and ELECSA Apprentice of the Year
Eight finalists have been chosen to go through to the final stage of the NICEIC and ELECSA 2018 Apprentice of the Year competition.
The final group will battle it out over a series of practical tests at the headquarters of competition sponsor Scolmore on June 5. The winner will be announced that evening during a ceremony at The Belfry Golf Course and Hotel.
More than 600 students – representing an increase of 50% on 2017 - applied to take part in this year’s competition which recognises the talents of the brightest electrical apprentices in the UK.
Darren Staniforth, Training Development Manager at NICEIC & ELECSA said: “The Apprentice competition is now in its third year and the standard just keeps getting better each year.
“We have had more entries than ever, across a diverse range of ages and sexes. The pass rate to make this year’s final was extremely high and we can’t wait now to meet all the finalists and get them started on the concluding tasks.”
The final eight are:
Zach Swift from Helensburgh, Scotland. Zach is employed by North Star Electrical Ltd. Ben Vanstone from Somerset. Ben is employed by 1K1 Limited and attends Weston College. Jonah Edwards from Kent. Jonah is employed by HV Wooding. Morne Louw from Barnsley. Morne is employed by FSH Maintenance and attends Barnsley College Dan Dring from Banstead – Dan is employed by Randburg Electrical Patrick Henderson from Falkirk, Scotland. Patrick is employed by Arthur McKay Matt Jones from Bristol. Matt is employed by XXX and carries out his training at DCET Bristol James Taylor from Lancashire. James is employed by Bainbridge Electrical limited and attends a course provided by JTL.
The finalists have had to battle through two stages of the contest, which began back in October last year. The first stage of the contest was an online exam comprising of a variety of questions relating to electrical installations.
The top 20% performing students then progressed to stage 2 - a written 1 ½ hour exam held at eight locations across the UK.
Marie Parry, Scolmore Group’s Marketing Director said: “We couldn’t be more delighted to see a 50% increase in the number of entrants to this year’s competition. We are continually hearing about a skills shortage in the industry, but there is certainly no shortage of interest or lack of talent judging by the calibre of the students making it through the various stages. We are looking forward to another thrilling final and wish everyone who has taken part throughout the competition a long and fulfilling career.”
Each finalist will now receive an iPad with a host of other prizes up for grabs including a £2000 holiday voucher for the winner, which can be spent on a trip of their choice. There is a £750 holiday voucher for the runner up and £250 for third place.
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