NAPIT has released ten more dates and locations for its NAPIT EXPO Technical Roadshow line up in 2019.
Following the 18th Edition of the IET’s Wiring Regulations coming into force, NAPIT has revamped its events by offering attendees free CPD certificates of attendance for masterclasses in Surge Protection, EV Charging and EICR Codebreakers.
Joined by supporting partners at each event, EXPO visitors can browse the latest products and services available in the exhibitor’s area from the likes of Megger, Hager, LED Hut, Surge Protection Devices, CHINT, AICO, NAPIT Insurance, DEHN and more!
The technical line-up includes an updated and interactive EICR Codebreakers seminar, now fully aligned with BS 7671:2018, as well as masterclasses in Surge Protection and EV Charging, as these areas are fast becoming a much more integral part of the industry.
All visitors will receive a free CPD certificate of attendance on the day to demonstrate their continuing professional development.
Attendees will get the opportunity to speak directly with the show’s expert panel, which has been created specifically to align with the topics covered and to provide additional industry expertise. Members of the expert panel will include DEHN, Surge Protection Devices, Hager and Megger.
Visitors will also be able to browse the latest products and services available in the exhibitor’s area.
On arrival, attendees will receive a free welcome bag containing merchandise as well as having the opportunity to network with fellow industry professionals, whilst taking advantage of exclusive show offers including NAPIT’s brand new, industry-leading EICR Codebreakers guide.
There will be complimentary refreshments available on the day, as well as the chance to win with in two prize draws.
To find an upcoming Technical Roadshow near you or to book your free ticket (available for both NAPIT members and non-members), visit www.napitexpo.co.uk/events.
10th April: Norwich
11th April: Cambridge
8th May: Bradford
9th May: York
12th June: Basildon
13th June: Slough
4th September: Doncaster
5th September: Derby
8th October: Sunderland
9th October: Lancaster
12th November: Cardiff
13th November: Wolverhampton
10th December: Cirencester
11th December: Southampton