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07 Dec 09:30

 

CE Marking is mandated by European Directives. Many products are covered by these directives and, to be placed on the European and GB market, must bear the CE, UKCA, or UKNI mark - it's a legal requirement. With Brexit done it is vitally important for companies to make sure that their product technical files and risk analyses are comprehensive, up to date and clearly documented whether products are being sold in the UK or in the EU. The appropriate marking is the claim that the product meets the essential requirements of all relevant Directives, and can be legally supplied and move freely throughout the EU, GB and NI. This course is based primarily on the Low Voltage (LV) and Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directives. It provides guidance to compliance and assists participants to determine the route that is most appropriate, cost-effective and efficient for their product. For most companies, the marking is a self-certification process and involves an evaluation of the product or equipment against a relevant standard. The course will be interactive and participative, with opportunities for discussion. On completion, participants should: • Have gained an understanding of the statutory requirements involved; • Understand technical requirements and interpret compliance standards; • Understand the CE, UKCA, UKNI marking process and identify the best route to compliance. Terms & conditions • If there is insufficient demand for workshops we reserve the right to reschedule or cancel. Programme Time Activity 09:30 Welcome & Introductions 09:35 Introduction to CE, UKCA, and UKNI Marking 10:05 Introduction to Electrical Safety & the New Legislative Framework 10:45 Break 11:05 Introduction to EMC 11:40 Electrical Safety 12:25 Break 12:45 EMC in Practice 13:30 LVD Documentation 14:10 Break 14:30 Introduction to ISO 13849-1 15:15 Introduction to RED 15:45 Break 16:05 RoHS, WEEE, ErP, and EMF 16:40 Close

08 Dec 10:00

 

The coronavirus pandemic is causing unprecedented changes in every industry. Some organisations are continuing to deliver their products and services with minimal disruption, but most are facing upheaval and uncertainty. This Training Needs Analysis webinar is designed to help you identify the skills you need to teach your staff to strengthen your business during these challenging times. You will get an insight into the tools and techniques used by learning and development professionals to analyse training needs - this will enable you to increase productivity and improve the skills of your people through targeted training going forward. We will look at What is Training Needs Analysis and why is it so important, the development cycle and what it means for organisations and we will also look at task analysis and individual needs.

12 Jan 10:00

 

The coronavirus pandemic is causing unprecedented changes in every industry. Some organisations are continuing to deliver their products and services with minimal disruption, but most are facing upheaval and uncertainty. This Training Needs Analysis webinar is designed to help you identify the skills you need to teach your staff to strengthen your business during these challenging times. You will get an insight into the tools and techniques used by learning and development professionals to analyse training needs - this will enable you to increase productivity and improve the skills of your people through targeted training going forward. We will look at What is Training Needs Analysis and why is it so important, the development cycle and what it means for organisations and we will also look at task analysis and individual needs.

25 Jan 14:30

 

Industrial Energy Transformation – Technologies and Solutions The Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) supports the development and deployment of technologies that enable businesses with high energy use to move to a low carbon future. Designed to help businesses with high energy use to cut their energy bills and carbon emissions through investing in energy efficiency and low carbon technologies, a new call is due early in 2022 to support SME’s and we need to highlight how to access this funding, the technologies it will support and how we can bring forward successful projects. Agenda • Welcome – Grainne McVeigh, Invest NI • Overview of IETF – Jenni McDonnell, KTN • Technologies to be supported – Lily Tozer, BEIS • Solutions (2 minute pitches from Invest NI Client Companies) – - Project Design – Adrian Watson, Project Design Engineers - Energy Storage – Eddie McGoldrick, The Electric Storage Company - Energy Efficiency through Monitoring and Targeting – Jessica Caldwell, Lowe Connect - Heat Recovery – Brian Hood, BHS • Support from Invest NI – Sam Knox, Invest NI • Q&A

26 Jan 10:00

 

The coronavirus pandemic is causing unprecedented changes in every industry. Some organisations are continuing to deliver their products and services with minimal disruption, but most are facing upheaval and uncertainty. This Training Needs Analysis webinar is designed to help you identify the skills you need to teach your staff to strengthen your business during these challenging times. You will get an insight into the tools and techniques used by learning and development professionals to analyse training needs - this will enable you to increase productivity and improve the skills of your people through targeted training going forward. We will look at What is Training Needs Analysis and why is it so important, the development cycle and what it means for organisations and we will also look at task analysis and individual needs.

10 Feb 10:00

 

The coronavirus pandemic is causing unprecedented changes in every industry. Some organisations are continuing to deliver their products and services with minimal disruption, but most are facing upheaval and uncertainty. This Training Needs Analysis webinar is designed to help you identify the skills you need to teach your staff to strengthen your business during these challenging times. You will get an insight into the tools and techniques used by learning and development professionals to analyse training needs - this will enable you to increase productivity and improve the skills of your people through targeted training going forward. We will look at What is Training Needs Analysis and why is it so important, the development cycle and what it means for organisations and we will also look at task analysis and individual needs.