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AJA CPD: Management of Construction (Jersey) Regulations 2016 by Tammy Fage
Tuesday 17 July 2018 | 11:30 am - 01:00 pm
*PLEASE NOTE THIS CPD WILL NOW TAKE PLACE IN THE OLD MAGISTRATES COURT* AJA CPD Seminar on the ‘Management of Construction (Jersey) Regulations 2016’ by Tammy Fage. An opportunity to hear about the impact of the ‘Management of Construction (Jersey) Regulations 2016’ have had from the Regulator’s perspective, including both benefits and challenges. Tammy will also provide a brief update on the current priorities and work of the Inspectorate. This will be followed by a Q & A session. AJA Members, CIAT Members, JeCC Members and members of other professional construction organisations / firms in Jersey are welcome to attend. This CPD is complimentary, with a sandwich buffet and drinks from 12:30pm. The Seminar will start at 1.00pm and finishes around 2pm.
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