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WA Excellence Awards

14th September 2017

The electrical industry’s night of nights, the annual NECA WA Excellence and Apprentice Awards presented by Clipsal and Schneider Electric, recognised the achievements of a select assembly of top performing individuals and contractor businesses. Held at the Crown Perth Resort, the premier event distinguished those for their outstanding workmanship across a wide scope of diversified projects.... MORE

NECA SA/NT Excellence and Apprentice Awards

14th September 2017

The best South Australian (SA) electrical and communications contractors and apprentices were recognised at the annual electrical industry Excellence and Apprentice Awards hosted by peak Australian industry body the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA).

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NECA ACT Excellence and Apprentice Awards

12th September 2017

The best of the best Australian Capital Territory (ACT) electrical and communications contractors and apprentices were recognised at the annual Excellence and Apprentice Awards on Friday, hosted by peak Australian industry body the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA), at Hotel Realm, Canberra.

The Excellence Awards recognise the successful projects of 2016/17... MORE

NECA QLD Excellence and Apprentice Awards

12th September 2017

The best Queensland (QLD) electrical and communications contractors and apprentices were recognised at the annual electrical industry Excellence and Apprentice Awards hosted by peak Australian industry body the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA). Hosted by media identity Rob Carlton with guest speaker former Test cricketer, Greg “Fat Cat” Ritchie.

In the... MORE

NECA VIC Excellence and Apprentice Awards

11th August 2017

It’s been called ‘The Brownlow of the Electrical Industry’ and the 2017 NECA Victoria Excellence Awards has lived up to its name and high expectations.

Taking place last Friday the 4th of August, the event was hosted by the National Electrical & Communications Association (NECA) which brought together over 800 contractors, suppliers,... MORE

NECA TAS 2017 Excellence and Apprentice Awards

11th August 2017

The best Tasmanian electrical and communications contractors and apprentices were recognised at the annual electrical industry Excellence and Apprentice Awards hosted by peak Australian industry body the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA).

Finalists were presented in front of 210 industry representatives including contractors, suppliers, educators and government... MORE

Getting the right fit for apprenticeships

10th August 2017

Ongoing debate about declining apprenticeship numbers and the level of government funding in the training system ignore the reality that more needs to be done to attract the best person for the right apprenticeship, says the CEO of the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA), Mr Suresh Manickam.

“Whilst the decline in apprenticeship numbers is concerning, that’s not... MORE

Disruption may be the name of the game in today's fast paced technological world... but could we minimise pain?

8th August 2017

In this session NECA – the electrical industry’s peak employer body, invites integrators and end-users to share the challenges they face when sourcing, and even working with, electricians. As the electrician is often the last person to be brought into the process, we often find ourselves having to deliver bad news to either the integrator or the end-user in regards to the compatibility, or... MORE

A first for NECA at INTEGRATE 2017

24th July 2017

For the first time NECA – in conjunction with our cabler registrar (ACRS), will be hosting an educational session at the 2017 Integrate show in Melbourne, on Wednesday 30 August 10.30am-12noon.

Disruption may be the name game in today’s fast-paced technological world…but could we minimise the pain?

In this session NECA – the electrical industry’s peak employer... MORE

Electrotechnology enrolments boosted in new VET system

24th July 2017

Last week’s release of the National Centre for Vocational Educational Research (NCVER) report into Government funded training highlighted a marginal increase in the number of students... MORE

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