Cable experts from Nexans deliver CPD training to Arup
Nexans were invited to the offices of Arup in London recently to deliver Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training.
The training module dedicated to the H07 rubber cable range was delivered in a fun and interactive experience. There was also a focus on the Construction Products Regulation (CPR), which comes in to effect on 1st July 2017 and the process to be CPR compliant.
100% of participants agreed that the course objectives were met and that they would strongly recommend this course.
“The Nexans CPD was a very useful CPD to get a better understanding into flexible rubber cables, particularly in relation to their use within data centres and for generators. The CPD was very well presented and received here at Arup and I would thoroughly recommend the CPD to other companies and consultancies”.
Ian Johnson, Electrical Engineer, Arup
Arup is a multinational professional services firm headquartered in London which provides engineering, design, planning, project management and consulting services for all aspects of the built environment. The firm has over 12,000 staff based in 89 offices across 146 countries, with annual revenues of £1.24bn in 2016.
As a global leader in advanced cabling and connectivity solutions, Nexans brings energy to life through an extensive range of best-in-class products and innovative services. For over 120 years, innovation has been the company’s hallmark, enabling Nexans to drive a safer, smarter and more efficient future together with its customers. Today, the Nexans Group is committed to facilitating energy transition and supporting the exponential growth of data by empowering its customers in four main business areas: Building & Territories (including utilities, smart grids, emobility), High Voltage & Projects (covering offshore wind farms, submarine interconnections, land high voltage), Telecom & Data (covering data transmission, telecom networks, hyperscale data centers, LAN), and Industry & Solutions (including renewables, transportation, Oil & Gas, automation, and others). Corporate Social Responsibility is a guiding principle of Nexans’ business activities and internal practices. In 2013 Nexans became the first cable provider to create a Foundation supporting sustainable initiatives bringing access to energy to disadvantaged communities worldwide. The Group’s commitment to developing ethical, sustainable and high-quality cables drives its active involvement within several leading industry associations, including Europacable, The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), International Cablemakers Federation (ICF) or CIGRE to mention a few. Nexans employs more than 26,000 people with industrial footprint in 34 countries and commercial activities worldwide. In 2017, the Group generated 6.4 billion euros in sales. Nexans is listed on Euronext Paris, compartment A. For more information, please consult: www.nexans.com