New Club Clipsal aims to empower sparkies for the future
Clipsal by Schneider Electric (Clipsal) has announced the relaunch of its Club Clipsal program. The program has been enhanced to better connect like-minded sparkies, while providing them with the tools and skill sets needed to continue to raise the industry standard.
Club Clipsal is the largest community for electricians offering networking opportunities, access to potential clients, and world-leading advice on operating within the electrical industry. Designed to meet different needs and levels of expertise, the new look Club Clipsal offers electricians more rewards, better connection and better business.
“Having a trusted network is important in the electrical trade and at Club Clipsal we understand how beneficial these relationships can be to sparkies. We are always striving to make this easier, which is why we have launched a new mobile app to help sparkies stay connected anytime and anywhere,” Clipsal partner programs manager David Moore says.
Club Clipsal’s new app has been created to transition the club into the digital world, providing easy access to benefits in real time. The app delivers the most up-to-date industry insights to assist in building better business.
From sole traders to large businesses, the relaunch includes the addition of four new membership tiers including Crew, Expert, Elite and Master. While the introductory level already offers various benefits including coaching, mentoring, and training discounts, the more sparkies move up, the more benefits they unlock.
Each member is rewarded for their loyalty, unlocking exclusive industry tools, Toyota Gold Fleet offers, Simpro and Protrade discounts, and networking events the more they progress. The system has also been designed with equity in mind, meaning all sparkies have an equal opportunity to access these great rewards.
Club Clipsal is dedicated to providing its sparkies with important learning pathways, and this exclusive program is one of many that can be unlocked through the tiered program. Recently, Club Clipsal launched its inaugural Sparkies Scholarship in partnership with TAFE SA, providing younger electrical leaders with fundamental skills and theory that aren’t provided through on the job training.
“A focus for Club Clipsal is helping sparkies keep up with the latest industry innovation for themselves and their clients. Not only will the new club continue to prioritise this, we aim to inspire and get sparkies ready to maximise the newest market opportunities and help them to create better businesses,” David adds.