Cablofil makes training count with CPD accreditation

Cablofil has once again demonstrated the company’s commitment to educating the marketplace by becoming the first steel wire tray supplier to become an accredited CPD (Continual Professional Development) provider.

Consulting engineers and other professionals have an obligation to complete 35 hours of CPD training each year and all materials must be certified by the UK CPD Certification Service in order to contribute towards this total. 

Cablofil has worked for many years to highlight the flexibility, ease of use and speed of installation benefits of steel wire tray systems, helping to create a sea change in the way containment for both electrical and mechanical installations is approached.  Now, the company has been through a rigorous accreditation programme for its one-hour presentation, ensuring that professionals who request a presentation from Cablofil can benefit from working towards their CPD target as well as learning more about the varied uses and numerous benefits of steel wire tray.

Explains Tim Brown from Cablofil: “As the UK’s market leader for steel wire tray containment, we have always taken it upon ourselves to educate the marketplace about the strength, flexibility, sustainability and ease and speed of use that steel wire tray can offer.  Our training presentation has never been a hard sell and with this CPD accreditation professionals can be confident that the time they spend with us will provide them with valuable professional development.  We understand that senior people have a lot of pulls on their time, but the CPD accreditation also means that they can learn more about steel wire containment’s benefits whilst logging the time they spend against defined training targets.”

Cablofil can deliver the company’s CPD presentation at consultants’ own premises or at the company’s purpose-built training suite at Cablofil’s Cheshire headquarters.  Further details of Cablofil’s CPD presentation are also available on the CPD UK website at www.cpd.co.uk

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