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DTL launches dedicated Authorising Engineer Forum

DTL launches dedicated Authorising Engineer Forum

14 October 2016

Develop Training Ltd (DTL) is pleased to announce a dedicated forum event for Authorising Engineers.

The first of these will take place on Friday 9 December 2016 at The Hawkhills in Easingwold, near York.

The purpose of the free-to-attend, full-day Authorising Engineers Forum is to bring Authorising Engineers together to discuss key issues and regulatory developments, share best practice and update you on Develop Training Ltd (DTL)'s approach to supporting you through the provision of high-quality learning and related services.

A full, insightful agenda

The inaugural Authorising Engineers Forum will feature several keynote presentations, which will include:

  • NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in Workplace (Al Katib, DTL)
  • Manufacturers presentation from Lucy Electric (Speaker TBC)
  • DTL's Curriculum Project (Ross Kerr, DTL)

The event will also feature an interactive case study session, where those attending will be divided into groups to determine the correct procedure to follow in addressing a particular problem.

Have your say!

Above all, the Authorising Engineers Forum is about giving Authorising Engineers a voice. This is YOUR forum, and if there are any topics you feel are important for discussion, do please let us know so we can tailor the day accordingly.

Register your place at this free-to-attend, full-day Authorising Engineers Forum here:

Sign up for the Authorising Engineer Forum