CEDA has confirmed that it will again open up its annual Technical Conference to all parties, rather than just restrict it to member distributors.
The association says participants can look forward to a day of education and networking when the event takes place at the Hellidon Lakes Golf and Spa Hotel in Northamptonshire on 17th October.
“Due to the continued success of the Technical Conference, we have again decided to open it up to all interested parties in the hope that it will provide the industry with invaluable insight and solutions to help people maintain a professional standard of workmanship,” said Peter Kay, director of CEDA’s Technical Steering Group.
This year’s conference will have “the continued drive for professionalism” as its theme and a range of speakers are being lined up to address issues that affect the practice of anyone who is responsible, directly or indirectly, for catering equipment engineers.
One topic expected to be widely discussed is Technical Bulletin 140, a new set of guidelines recently published by Gas Safe Register, while updates on water regulations and non-gas related safety issues will also be given.
The keynote sessions will be followed by an informal dinner, said CEDA.