NICEIC & ELECSA Return To Aintree Racecourse For Live North

NICEIC and ELECSA are making their way back to Liverpool for this year’s Live North. The live event gives contractors across the north of England the chance to catch up with vital industry information.

Held on Thursday November 22 at Aintree Racecourse, the winning event will feature a packed seminar programme and exhibition hall. NICEIC and ELECSA’s technical experts will provide an overview of the recent changes to come out of the 18th Edition with an additional focus on arc fault detection (AFD) and surge Protection devices (SPD)

Mark Smith, marketing and communications director at NICEIC and ELECSA, said, “We are looking forward to going back to Liverpool at this important time for the industry. The 18th Edition regulations will be coming into operation just over a month after Live North, so for many it will be a last chance to find out all the information they need to know.

“It will be a chance for attendees to quiz our experts and discuss some of the changes. We will also have a good mix of other business and technical seminars from some of the industry’s biggest names.”

Attendees will also be able to chat with some of the industry’s biggest names in a packed exhibition area. Delegates will be able to access discounts from suppliers including Bosh, ESP, Scolmore, Brother and many more.

Tickets cost just £29 plus VAT for NICEIC, ELECSA and ECA contractors, and £49 plus VAT for non-registered persons. Apprentice passes are available free of charge.

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