NICEIC and ELECSA return to Epsom Racecourse for Live South


Contractors across the South offered latest know how on future technology

NICEIC and ELECSA are making their way back to Epsom Racecourse for this year’s Live South event.
Held on Thursday 16th May, the multi-award winning event will feature a packed seminar programme and exhibition hall.
niceic_live_south_2017_003_34881670145_o.jpgNICEIC and ELECSA technical experts will be on hand to provide an overview of the latest changes to hit the industry with a focus around future technology like EV charging, smart homes, DC storage and the opportunities they present to electrical contractors.
Technical experts will also provide clarity on certain areas of BS7671 Wiring Regulations, answering the most frequently asked questions, like EICR coding in line with the 18th Edition.
Mark Smith, marketing and communications director for NICEIC and ELECSA said: 
“Technology is evolving at such a rapid rate. We’re seeing more electric vehicles on our roads than ever before and more and more householders are turning to smart technology to control various parts of their homes.”
“There is a wealth of opportunity out there, so we wanted to host an event that would prepare and inform our contractors and help benefit their business.
“In addition to hosting various seminars around future technology, we will also be hosting business workshops that will help develop our customers being the best manager, contractor, business owner or apprentice they can be.”
Live South is a CPD accredited event meaning that attendees can use learnings from the day as part of their on going professional development and stay at the cutting edge of the industry.
Attendees will also be able to chat with some of the biggest names in the industry in a packed exhibition area. Delegates will be able to access some great discounts from our suppliers and sponsors including ESP, Scolmore and many more.
Tickets cost just £29 plus VAT for NICEIC, ELECSA and ECA contractors, and £49 plus VAT for non-registered persons. Apprentice passes are available free of charge.
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