PLASA Rigger's Forum to stage training discussion

The subject of training will be the focus of upcoming informal event
PLASA London 2013.
PLASA London 2013.

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The fifth annual PLASA Riggers’ Forum will be held on Sunday 5th October 2014 from 2pm – 5pm in the North Hall Gallery rooms at ExCeL London, setting the scene for the PLASA Rigging Conference, which takes place on the following day.

This year’s Riggers’ Forum will focus on a subject that has implications for everyone connected to the rigging industry - training.

A panel, which will include UK rigging training providers and representatives from PLASA, from the National Rigging Advisory Group and from other initiatives, will lead the discussion. Together with the participative audience they will look at what training is available, what people think should be available, the quality of training, how much it costs, how it relates to assessment for the National Rigging Certificate and other related topics.

The PLASA Riggers’ Forum is aimed at working riggers, who rarely have an opportunity to express their opinions. Its relaxed format encourages the sharing of ideas and experiences. Just as it has in previous years, the forum will open up for general discussion of matters of concern to riggers or issues worthy of debate.

It is free to attend but registration at www.plasariggingconference.com/forum/register is required.

For those interested in attending, there is the added draw of both PLASA London 2014 – running from Sunday 5 October to Wednesday 8 October - and the PLASA Rigging Conference, which takes place on Monday 6 October. A special early bird booking rate of £150 plus VAT is available for the conference until Friday 19th September.

The delegate rate includes refreshments throughout the day, lunch and networking drinks at the close of the conference. For more information and to book, visit www.plasariggingconference.com.

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