CEF ‘TechTalks’ head to Kent

UK electrical wholesaler CEF is bringing the third series of its popular ‘TechTalks’ to Kent Event Centre in Kent on Wednesday 7 February 2024.

The free and informative technical seminar aims to educate trade professionals by including the latest news and regulations with CPD-accredited training.

In partnership with the Institute of Engineering and Technology, the new series will plug into current industry trends, with seminar topics including the electrification of heat, thermal imaging, safe isolation and DC system safety. 

At the end of each TechTalk, the CEF Renewables team will offer a Q&A, designed to help tradespeople looking to expand their knowledge, and businesses, into the renewables market.

Attendees can view and trial a range of CEF supplier’s latest products and innovations, while CEF will also be showcasing its new Renewables division, equipping trade professionals with the insights and tools they need to address their customers’ needs. 

CEF’s head of technical solutions Darren Staniforth said: “TechTalks gives us the opportunity to connect with our customers and colleagues, face-to-face, across the UK with informative and helpful events.

“Each event is designed to help our customers be at the forefront of regulations, tools and technology, enabling them to leave with the insights and inspiration needed to operate successfully with their own customers. It’s so important to us at CEF to continuously give back to the trade we know and love.”

Alongside the seminars, trade professionals will receive a CPD certificate, a pack of TechCards which act as a handy reference to the seminar topics and the chance to connect with over 20 supplier brands.

Entrance is free and a complimentary breakfast and refreshments will be served.

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