Unmissable Building Services Event at Stanley Docks
The newly renovated Rum Warehouse at Stanley Docks, Liverpool, is to host an unmissable event for installers in the building services industry. On 9th July Councillor Nick Small will be opening the NAPIT EXPO 2014 as part of the International Festival for Business (IFB).
Councillor Small, as the Cabinet Member for Employment, Enterprise & Skills at Liverpool City Council, is ideally placed to open the tradeshow which this year is focusing specifically on ‘plugging the skills gap’. The event will include Liverpool John Moores University, who are exhibiting at the show, and feature the NAPIT Apprentice/ Work Experience Scheme (AWES), which matches students interested in the industry with installers.
The construction industry is facing a serious shortage of skilled employees which can only be resolved through training. Local tradespeople who are looking to advance their skills can give it a go with the NAPIT EXPO’s four free NAPIT Training taster sessions in Electric Vehicle Charging, Fire Alarm Systems, Asbestos Awareness and the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive.
The NAPIT EXPO is free to attend and all visitors will be rewarded with a gift bag containing freebies and vouchers worth more than £100. Other benefits include discounted on-the-day calibration of electrical test equipment, a diverse range of exhibitors promoting exclusive offers, drop-in Q & A sessions with industry experts and free raffles which include a chance to win an overnight stay at the iconic Titanic Hotel.
For more information about visiting the NAPIT EXPO, go to www.napitexpo.co.uk
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or call 0845 543 0330.
01 July 2014