2017 Events Calendar

Roadshow Seminar Series

NECA South Australia will be hosting Roadshow Seminars throughout the state in March and April 2017 to provide electricians with information on a range of topics, as detailed below. In particular, the AS/NZS 3000 Wiring Rules will be discussed at length as the new book will be released around the time of the 2017 Roadshow.

On the night, the doors will open at 6pm, with the presentation to begin at 6:30pm and conclude at approximately 9pm. Specific topics include;

NECA SA - Launch of the Technical Knowledge Base (TKB)

Rexel Australia - SmartVan Initiative

SA Power Networks - Meter Contestability and the Service and Installation Rules

Office of the Technical Regulator - The new AS/NZS 3000 Wiring Rules, Battery storage regulations and Electronic Certificates of Compliance

Further details and registration forms will be released soon. Stay tuned!

 

Training Seminars

Listed below are seminars and workshops that we are planning for 2017 to help you meet your legal obligations and become more effective business managers.

 

NECA Industry Gala Dinner

The NECA SA Industry Gala Dinner is the highlight of the NECA calendar, where electrical and communications contractors, apprentices, industry and government representatives come together for a night of networking, entertainment, good food and wine to celebrate the achievements of our industry.

Held in the Panorama Ballroom at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Friday the 1 September 2017, the event is where we reward contractors and apprentices through the South Australian NECA Excellence Awards and Apprentice Awards. The night is also a fantastic opportunity to network with industry and peers, whilst enjoying some great entertainment, food and wine.

To find out more, contact Leah Boyce, Marketing & Member Services on (08) 8272 2966.

 

NECA Apprentice Awards

A symbol of excellence, the Awards recognise aspiring apprentices for their commitment to the trade, achievements in training, knowledge and future vision for the industry. There are a number of valuable reasons why apprentices should get involved, including the opportunity to be recognised and network with peers and industry, win cash and other great prizes and kick start their career.

To find out more visit the Apprentice Awards page, or to nominate for the Apprentice Awards contact Leah Boyce, Marketing & Member Services on (08) 8272 2966.

 

NECA Excellence Awards

The annual NECA Excellence Awards showcase the best electrical and communications projects in Australia, recognising contractors for their outstanding achievements. Nominations open in each state, with winners automatically entered into the National Awards held in November each year.

To find out more visit the Excellence Awards page, or to nominate for the Excellence Awards contact Leah Boyce, Marketing & Member Services on (08) 8272 2966.