ECA announces a range of industry webinars
09 April 2020
A range of webinars covering coronavirus business issues and technical topics have been announced by leading engineering services trade body ECA.
The upcoming webinar programme for April is as follows:
Tuesday 21 April @ 11am
#ECATechnicalTuesdays – Electrical safety in the private rented sector – featuring ECA’s Gary Parker
Wednesday 22 April @ 11am
Coronavirus Impact – Supply chain collaboration – Featuring ECA's Rob Driscoll, CEO of the EDA Margaret Fitzsimons, and President of the EDA Chris Ashworth. ECA's Andrew Eldred will also give an update on the latest situation regarding furloughing.
Tuesday 28 April @ 11am
#ECATechnicalTuesdays – The changing world of the electrical contractor – featuring ECA's Shahid Khan
Thursday 30 April @ 11am
Coronavirus Impact – The economic implications on construction – With ECA’s Rob Driscoll and Andrew Eldred, alongside Martin Hewes of Hewes & Associates
To watch previous ECA webinars, visit ECA’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/ecalive
ECA Director of Member Services Helen Atkinson commented: “We are pleased to announce the launch of our Technical Tuesdays webinar series, which are exclusive to ECA Members. Register online to book your place so that you can hear from ECA’s expert technical team, including Technical Director, Mike Smith and 18th Edition roadshow favourite Gary Parker.”
ECA Director of CSR & Communications Paul Reeve stated: “ECA’s ongoing coronavirus impact webinar series is playing a key role in helping the industry to respond to the many, and often fast moving, challenges presented by the current emergency. The ECA expert team and guests cover the key issues – such as furlough and getting access to Government support – in comprehensive detail.”
ECA Member, Tim O'Connor of O'Connor Electrical Ltd added: “The ECA coronavirus webinars are extremely useful and most informative, due to the expertise of the presenters and guests. Thanks to the ECA team for the hard work in putting these together, they are very much appreciated.”