Wednesday 30th April, 2014
Many people assume (wrongly) that inspecting, testing and commissioning is a fairly straightforward process and is simply a rubber stamp confirmation of a so-called outstanding design. This session will cover the key elements in a practical and project focussed way.
9am UTC/GMT on Wednesday 30th April, 2014 Link to time converter for Session
NOTE: The time here is in UTC/ GMT TIME - please pay attention to this, please use the converters provided so you do not end up missing the session!
We have upgraded the online classroom software package to make attending our Webinar sessions even easier. You will be sent a link and instructions before the session takes place, simply click on this to enter the 'classroom' - making it more straightforward and quicker to attend and boost your career.
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How To Register:
Attend Session - If you select this option, please ensure you can actually attend the live session on the above date at 9am UTC/GMT. You will also receive a copy of the recording and slides from the live session to view at your leisure.
Recording only - Select recording only if you can't attend the session but would still like a copy of the recording and slides. You will receive the recording and slides after the session has taken place.
Please do not register for both, as both options will receive a copy of the recording and slides approximately two weeks after the webinar. Registrations close Tuesday 29th April, 2014.
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