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.
Scolmore prides itself on the innovative new products we are constantly developing which enhance the comprehensive ranges available. To ensure this information is readily available check out the latest catalogues that provides a snapshot of all new additions when they become available.
Elucian by Click® brings to the market a comprehensive Consumer Unit and Circuit Protection range. Covering a broad range of installations and offers a number of features and benefits that will enhance the products’ convenience, flexibility and safety properties.
ClickSmart+, Scolmore’s leading smart home brand, has been created to simplify and streamline your home life via the use of integrated technology. ClickSmart+ boasts an elite range of smart home products. Utilising Zigbee technology & WIFI to offer smart home solutions to new and existing wiring installations.
From simple switching to complete automation utilising a range of wireless transmitters and receivers Click smart can provide you with a solution from something as simple as switching a light on and off through to complex scene setting and automation.
Simple connectivity and control With the emphasis now on flexibility And ease of installation many Building design projects are now Focussing on products and services That can adapt to changing Legislation, energy efficiency and The ever changing needs of the client.
Quality assured, bespoke product service in addition to our own branded ranges of electrical products we do offer a bespoke product service to a number of our oem customers. Such products include urea mouldings, inserts for accessory products, pressed steel components, and many more
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.
Click here to find out who your contact is for your country
As we enter the second stage of the 2020 NICEIC and ELECSA apprentice of the year competition, Voltimum and Scolmore look back at the interview with last year’s winner, Richard Bradley, where we got his thoughts on winning the competition, what it has meant for his career since, and what the 2020 candidates can look forward to.
More than 650 apprentices from across the UK took part in the 2019 competition, which consisted of three stages, with Richard ultimately walking away with the title.
Congratulations on your title of 2019 NICEIC & ELECSA Electrical Apprentice of the Year. At 32 you’re slightly older than the ‘typical’ apprentice. Career-wise, what have you been up to until now?
I am joining the trade a little later in life than most. I've spent the last seven years in the Royal Marines and before that I was in and out of different jobs – from bar work around university, to lifeguarding on the local beaches.
Why have you chosen a career as an electrician?
It was either electrics or carpentry I think. I'm quite technically minded; I enjoy working with my hands and working out how things work, building and fixing things. I've worked with electronics for the last couple of years in the Marines so electrical was the obvious progression.
What made you enter the Apprentice of the Year competition?
I was looking on the NICEIC website one day in work and clicked the link expecting to put some details in and find out some more information. Next thing I knew, the stage one test started! I wasn't really prepared, nor did I think I'd do well, I just saw it as a way to test what I knew off the top of my head.
How did it feel to progress through the various stages?
I was surprised at every stage to be honest. I knew I'd done OK in the first round but certainly didn’t think I'd make it through to the second, where I was convinced I'd messed up. I was in disbelief when I found out I was in the final. The practical work is what I enjoy most though so I just thought I'll turn up, try to enjoy the day and see what happens!
Did the pressure get to you on the day of the final, under the watchful eye of industry experts Darren Staniforth and Jake Green?
Yes, there was a lot of pressure to complete the tasks in quite short time scales, some of which I'd only done once before in college. I like to take my time and make sure everything is perfect, but you can’t take too much time on the day – you get one go at each task, so it has got to be perfect first time.
Were you expecting the big win? How did it feel?
Not at all – I knew I had the least job site experience there so I was in disbelief when they called out my name as the winner.
What's next for you?
I've left the Marines now and hope to have my own business in the near future – I'd love to get into lighting design/installation on high specification projects. One step at a time though, I'm going to start by finishing all my qualifications and getting some decent experience under my belt.
What value do you place on apprenticeships and what advice would you give to anybody considering an electrical apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships are great, especially for the younger generation. When I was leaving school there wasn't a great focus on vocational careers and it was easy to lose direction. If the younger generation can get stuck into an apprenticeship then, after a few years, they'll be set for life. I think there’s a lot to be said for all ages and all paths. Every route has advantages; the key is a desire to learn – attitude and motivation will be what makes or breaks anyone.
Medical solutions brochure from ScolmoreScolmore has been supplying its Mode antiviral and antibacterial moulded white ...
Scolmore expands technical support teamPicture shows left to right: James Hannon, senior technical lighting engineer ...
New additions to the Click Part M wiring accessories rangeScolmore continues to invest in new products and improvements to its extensive ...
Scolmore doubles head office spaceHaving reached full capacity at its 10,000 sq. ft head office site in Tamworth ...
Coppid Beech Hotel John Nike Way Bracknell RG12 8TF 08:00-12:00
Swansea Marriott Hotel Maritime Quarter Swansea SA1 3SS 08:00-12:00
4th & 5th November PORTSMOUTH ROAD ESHER SURREY KT10 9AJ Stand: Scolmore B44
Mercure Dartford Brands Hatch Brands Hatch Fawkham, Longfield Kent DA3 8PE 08:00-12:00
Mercure Norwich Bondary Road Norwich Norfolk NR3 2BA 08:00-12:00
Doubletree by Hilton Stadium Way Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK1 1ST 08:00-12:00
CASA Hotel Lockoford Lane Chesterfield Derbyshire S41 7JB 08:00-12:00
9th & 10th December CLYST ST MARY EXETER EX5 1DJ Stand: Scolmore E110