Technical legislation


UKCA Mark and Access to the United Kingdom Market

Workshop and materials will be in English language.

What is UKCA?

The UKCA (United Kingdom Conformity Assessed) mark is the conformity mark for technical products placed on the market in the United Kingdom (England, Wales and Scotland). It covers most goods for which CE marking was previously required under the “New Approach” technical regulations.

The UKCA mark came into force on 1 January 2021. However, to give companies time to adapt to the new requirements, it is in most cases possible to use the CE mark until 1 January 2023.


The seminar presents the key UK market access requirements, the differences between CE marking and UKCA marking and provides guidance on the most effective UK market access.


  • Understanding the key requirements regarding UKCA
  • Placing goods on the UK market
  • Placing goods on the Northern Ireland market
  • Responsibilities of economic operators
  • Technical regulations (specifics of technical sectors)
  • Conformity assessment methods
  • Compliance documentation
  • UKCA marking
  • Answers and questions (last hour)

The online workshop will take place in a live online e-classroom.

Who should attend?

Manufacturers, agents, trademark holders and exporters of technical products to the UK market

All of you in charge of developing technical products

Online stores

Anyone who wants to acquire or upgrade their knowledge of the UKCA mark and ensure product compliance