If you, as an electrical contractor, want to be part of a forward-looking and vibrant body of like-minded professionals, then you should join the AECI. The all-embracing support services provided by the Association are clearly illustrated throughout this website. Take the time to study them. If you do, you’ll undoubtedly want to share in the benefits AECI membership entails.
Joining could not be simpler. Just fill out the membership form online on our Contacts page and email it back to us. We will confirm your application by email and then you can forward your Subscription cheque by post. Alternatively you can contact us directly on 01 610 2715. The total cost of your annual subscription is recognised by the Revenue Commissioners as allowable for income tax purposes and should give a tax adjustment per annum.
Discounts Available for AECI Members
- Life, Pension & Investment.
- Employer’s Liability, Public/Product Liability.
- Goods in Transit Cover.
- Private Motor Insurance.
- Commercial Motor Insurance.
- Household Insurance.
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- Sales and purchase figures
- How much you owe to your suppliers
- How much your customer owes you
- How you stand at the bank
- Your VAT liability
- Easy to use
- Guaranteed Irish
- All revenue requirements for payroll
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Aims of AECI
The objects for which the Association was founded are outlined on the first page of the AECI Book of Rules. Briefly, they are to project and promote the interests of members in any way concerning their trading. With this in view, the Executive Council – which is elected each year – is constantly endeavouring to obtain benefits for Association members in the pursuance of their business.
To achieve these aims members are represented by delegates to many bodies and organisations. Among the most important of these are:
The National Joint Industrial Council; at which conditions of employment and wage structures are determined;
FÁS, where conditions of training and eduction of apprentices are established;
The Electro Technical Council of Ireland (ETCI) which is responsible for rules and regulations pertaining to quality of workmanship and standards of safety;
AECI has one director on the board of RECI.
The definition of an electrical contractor is in accordance with the following extract from Rule 6.A.B. (ii) (iii):
Electrical Contractor, i.e. an individual of firm who is (or shall employ as manager) a person possessing technical qualifications not less than those of a qualified electrician, who has acted as a supervisor or foreman on electrical installation work for a competent firm or firms of electrical installation contractors or shall have passed examination such as the Association’s Executive Council shall decide, and such person or firm must be in possession of suitable business premises and necessary equipment to the satisfaction of the Association, pay wages and maintain conditions of employment not less than those negotiated by the Association of Electrical Contractors (Ireland).