Mackwell, aUK manufacturer, innovator and global leader in the field of safety-critical solutions, has announced its sponsorship of the LIA Certificate Award, taking place on 11th May at Drapers Hall, London.
Dedicated to providing practical, recognised lighting courses, The LIA Education and Training programme, which Mackwell has been a proud sponsor of for over 10 years, offers education for those working and involved in the lighting industry. The Certificate Course is carefully developed to provide a grounding in lighting for a wide audience, with a heavy focus on maintaining high standards of professionalism, expertise and ethical standards. It ensures that products and services are of the strictest quality, meeting all relevant regulations.
Mackwell has established itself as the go-to expert on emergency lighting and compliance and presents advice and training on all the latest emergency lighting legislation, standards and best practice.
Mackwell values the importance of knowledge and the training of ongoing compliance in safety-critical applications. This is coupled with its design and manufacture of reliable, innovative emergency lighting components that offer total solutions for all emergency lighting requirements.
The LIA Annual Seminar & Luncheon Event will kick off on Wednesday 11th May at Drapers hall with the LIA Certificate Award being presented at the luncheon event.
Mackwell annually continues to uphold its core principles so that it may provide exceptional quality and excellent service by investing in its employees. It values these standards through the Education and Training award, which is a small but powerful step that Mackwell is delighted to continue championing.
Dr Andy Davies, Commercial Director at Mackwell, said: “We are proud to celebrate yet another year of the LIA Certificate Awards. We always look forward to these events because it really shows the dedication and commitment from all parties involved towards lighting, and the continual work that the industry gives to pushing boundaries and improving the sector.”