NICEIC roadshows return this September

NICEIC has announced the latest set of dates for its annual Scotland roadshow events.

Kicking off in Inverness on September 3, NICEIC will present a fresh range of seminars designed to keep anyone operating in the electrical industry up-to-date with the latest news and views.

NICEIC’s technical experts will be on hand to discuss a range of topics, including:

  • BS 5839 part 6 (fire detection)
  • Regulation of electricians in Scotland
  • Surge protection devices
  • EICR coding in-line with the 18th Edition

Stuart Thompson, NICEIC’s Area Manager for Scotland, comments, “Our roadshows are a great way to speak to contractors directly about the latest happenings within the industry, and find out first-hand the issues they want us to look at.”

For the first time ever, the roadshows will be CPD accredited, meaning contractors can use the information from the day as part of their ongoing professional development.

The roadshows are taking place in Inverness (Sep 3), Glasgow (Sep 4), Dundee (Sep 5) and Edinburgh (Sep 6).

Tickets cost just £5 and can be booked online at www.shop.niceic.com/events or by calling 0333 015 6626.

Each event starts at 8am and finishes at 1pm. Every delegate gets a breakfast roll and refreshments, along with the opportunity to win prizes.

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