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In brief

Product photos required

We are always in need of good quality generic photos for our publications and website - and also to accompany articles written for the press. Please could members either e-mail product photos to - or post a disk to Kim Fitzpatrick, CEA, Airport House, Purley Way, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 0XZ.

UKTI conference:

Delivery of the Olympic Park 28-29 November 2011, London

- Hear the story of the construction and development of the London Olympic Park.

- Meet international delegates developing major infrastructure projects.

- Network with sector colleagues, government and international delegates and participate in interactive Q&A sessions.

Day one of the event will take place at One Great George Street, Westminster, London. The venue for the second day will be the Kia Oval, Surrey Cricket Club, Kennington, London.

Attendance at the two day event is £195 +VAT (CEA members can receive a 25 per cent discount - e-mail for the promotional code). This includes a networking reception on day one and the opportunity to book one-to-one meetings with buyers from around the globe. For further information call the event helpline on +44 (0)115 947 5666, e-mail, or visit www.infrastructure-conference.

The CEA's September Half-Yearly Conference featured 4 x 30 minute Executive Briefings in association with PLANTWORX.

~ Europe, legislation and the way forward:

Ralf Wezel, the Secretary General of CECE - explained the challenge of influencing legislation in Europe and the importance of keeping in touch at a national level with key members of the European Parliament (particularly those on the Environmental Committee). For more information on the work of CECE, see ~ Regulatory overview for managers:

Malcolm Kent, Senior Technical Consultant of the CEA - charted the tricky path of CE marking and the respective responsibilities of those in the supply chain.

~ Prospects for the UK construction market:

Off-Highway Research's Colin Timms - provided an update on the global marketplace and the specific prospects for our home market. For more information on the company see ~ 5 Initiatives to help your business:

A round up of CEA projects and services from Nick Ground (CEA President) and Rob Oliver (CEA Chief Executive). For more information e-mail or

The morning sessions of the Conference were split into technical and international business. The presentations can be found in the members’ only area of

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Executive briefings at CEA half-yearly conference

Institute of Export


The Institute of Export's (IOE International Trade) mission is to enhance the export performance of the United Kingdom by setting and raising standards for

professionalism in international trade. This is achieved principally by the provision of education and training programmes. The IOE believes that real competitive advantage lies in competence and that commercial power, especially negotiating power, is underpinned by a sound basis of knowledge which can be gained through its extensive training and education programmes. Contact Lynn Fulcher,

Foundation degree

In addition to its established training and professional qualifications programme, the Institute has, in partnership with Anglia Ruskin University, created a new qualification, the first of its kind, which underpins current industry knowledge with academic theory and skills. The courses are taught through a mixture of online tutorials and work assignments, and have been specifically designed to be practical, flexible and fit easily around jobs. Contact Shaun Stockhill,

CEA member discount

CEA members can receive a 10 per cent discount on Institute of Export courses.

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