Power management company Eaton has released full details of its extensive range of continuing professional development (CPD) seminars
Designed to suit a variety of professional backgrounds, the seminars provide easily transferable information which will help participants improve the safety, efficiency and reliability of electrical infrastructure in buildings. The seminars, covering topics ranging from lighting to security, are all accredited by CPD, RIBA or CIBSE, giving participants points towards their chosen CPD scheme.
Eaton CPD seminars incorporate material that is up-to-date, informative, and relevant, and are delivered by Eaton’s highly qualified team of trainers, making it easy for participants to acquire meaningful and useful knowledge from which to draw when making decisions on specifying, purchasing, designing, installing or operating equipment.
Eaton’s new CPD Training Brochure provides information about the 13 accredited seminars that are currently available in the UK. These include, for example, de-energising the office, Building Regulations Part L2 overview, LED lighting, understanding how intruder alarms work, power factor correction, and basic fuse-ology.
As an additional learning aid, many of the seminars include practical sessions that allow the participants to engage with accurately simulated real-life scenarios. All of the seminars can be delivered at Eaton Training Centres around the UK, or alternatively at customers’ premises during lunch and learn sessions that minimise the impact on working time.
“Staying up to date with the latest developments is always a challenge, especially in the technical sector,” said Paul Ryan, Segment Sales Manager, Eaton. “Our CPD seminars have been developed to provide a convenient and effective way of addressing this. Because of Eaton’s position as a technology leader, the seminars incorporate the latest information, but this is always presented in a way that makes it easy to understand. In short, they are an easy and enjoyable way of helping staff to meet their CPD commitments, while simultaneously enhancing their knowledge.”
Copies of the new brochure, which gives full details of how to arrange and book places on the seminars, can be downloaded here . Further information can be obtained by sending an email to CPDUK@eaton.com.