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Introduction to Valves Online (CPD Certified)

CPD Certified
Location: Online
Duration / Programme: Three Sessions: 5, 6 & 7 July 2022 - 10.00am ~ Noon
Price: £580 + vat (per person)
BVAA Member Price: £355 + vat (per person)

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Valves perform extraordinarily varied and vital roles in the control and containment of fluids in modern industry and society.

This digital training is provided in the secure online format Microsoft TEAMS to allow for delegate participation and an interactive Q&A session.

This 3-part comprehensive training course will cover issues relating to materials, performance, safety and the environment digitally to ensure your staff can continue to develop and hone their skills from anywhere safely and securely.

Each session is C.2 hours with Q&A.

Delivered by BVAA's Lead Technical Consultant

Peter Dix CEng MIMechE

• Joined Valve Industry as a Development Engineer in 1985 with IMI Bailey Birkett.

• Experienced in design and manufacture of gate, globe and check, quarter turn, safety relief and control valves.

• Devised PED compliant systems and worked with the PED since it’s inception.

• Chairman of BSI Committee PSE18 covering Standards for Industrial Valves and Actuators.

• Currently working as a Technical Consultant to UK Valve Industry.

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