APHC Ltd. and its supplier partners are hosting a seminar afternoon, aiming to shed some light on important changes that will affect plumbing and heating businesses in the coming year.
The seminar afternoon is free to attend and will take place on Wednesday 1st May 2013 at the National Motorcycle Museum near the NEC, Birmingham. It will commence at 3pm and include food and refreshments.
Three informative seminar topics have been formulated from queries APHC Ltd. have received from members over the last few months and include the upcoming changes to Competent Persons Schemes, changes to Building Regulations Parts G & L and changes to the Water Regulations Scheme:
• Introducing a business Quality Management System (this will include typical in-company procedures required of small businesses as part of accreditation arrangements under business approval schemes)
• Part G & L Updates. Consolidating and pushing forward with the changes outlined in the domestic heating guide.
• WaterSafe Scheme. The important changes to the new overarching Water Regulations Scheme.
Charlotte Murray, APHC Ltd. PR & Marketing Manager said “Towards the end of last year we conducted some research with our members and our supplier partners to identify if there would be an audience for this sort of event given the plethora of trade events already available. Our results were positive and with support from our supplier partners we have been able to create this exciting and informative seminar programme. I am pleased to confirm our speakers Graeme Dryden - APHC Ltd., Martyn Bridges - Worcester Bosch and Phill Mills – WRAS and I am sure all installers will find their seminars thought provoking with interesting insights into the future of the industry”.
The event will also feature a mini exhibition hosted by our some of our supplier partners (including BAXI, Worcester Bosch, Bristan, Vokera, Valor, Robinson and Willey, Plumbing Pensions, Hyco Manufacturing, Plumb Center, Wavin Plastics and PolyPipe), showcasing new products and services with representatives on hand to answer any questions.
If you are interested in attending this interesting and thought provoking event please contact Charlotte Murray for further details or to confirm your place. Places are limited and we expect them to fill quickly, please contact Charlotte via email: Charlotte.Murray@aphc.co.uk or telephone 0121 711 5030.