The peak electrotechnology membership association in WA, with more than 1,600 full members and 700 associate members.

Electrical Group Training (EGT)

A registered Group Training Organisation (GTO) and the biggest employer of electrical apprentices in WA. EGT employs more than 500 apprentices and hires them out to over 260 contracting businesses throughout Western Australia.

Visit the EGT website

College of Electrical Training (CET)

A Registered Training Organisation (RTO) providing vocational training to more than 200 VET in School students, 2,000 apprentices and post-trade training to more than 4,000 licensed electricians and contractors. RTO code 2394.

Visit the CET website


A Registered Training Organisation (RTO) providing various high risk, forklift and elevated work platform courses to individuals and businesses across WA. RTO code 2394.

Visit the Equip-Safe website

ECA Legal Pty Ltd

Provides expert legal advice and representation to electrical industry stakeholders and other clients in a wide range of areas.

Learn more about ECA Legal

ECA WA's Vision and Values

Are you curious about our mission? At ECA WA, we're all about empowering and enhancing a diverse electrotechnology industry through education, training and advocacy.

Our Purpose

To train and skill the electrotechnology workforce of tomorrow to meet the community's and industry's future sustainable needs.

Our Vision

We lead in training and skilling the electrotechnology workforce of tomorrow to meet the community's and industry's future sustainable needs.

Our Values

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We are uncompromising in our commitment to the health, safety and welfare of our people and the wider community.

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We meet or exceed service expectations.

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We take responsibility for our behaviours, actions and performance outcomes.

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We value collaboration and inclusion.

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We act with integrity through honesty, trust and open relationships.

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We embrace innovative ways of achieving better outcomes.

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Who do we support?

ECA WA works to service and support a range of groups in our community who are interested in pursuing, maintaining and progressing a career in the electrotechnology industry. We drive initiatives that support participation of females, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people living in regional areas, unemployed individuals, veterans and mature-age applicants.

To find out more about our charitable programs and initiatives, check out our page on the Australian Charity Register.

*ECA WA is a separate entity from the WA Branch of the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA WA) and operates under a Service Level Agreement to provide technical and safety services to WA members. All members of NECA WA automatically receive ECA WA membership at time of joining.

Partners and Affiliates

ECA WA is ending its agreement with NECA

The Service Level Agreement between ECA WA and NECA WA is ending on 30 June 2024. As a valued member, you may be wondering how this may affect you. As such, we have put together these short FAQs to help answer any questions you may have. If you have further queries, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Why are we ending our SLA with NECA?