IINI Masterclass 2019-20: Northern Ireland Economy / How to be a Fire Investigator
The Insurance Institute of Northern Ireland is delighted to announce the fifth event of their 2019/20 Premium Masterclass series (our programme of Continuous Professional Development events for members of the CII and PFS) which will focus on the following topics - the Outlook for the Northern Ireland Economy and How to be a Fire Investigator.
Book you place today... individual tickets cost £25 and can be booked below.
Conor Lambe: The Outlook for the Northern Ireland Economy
Conor Lambe is the Chief Economist at Danske Bank, acting as the Bank’s spokesperson and a trusted subject matter expert on all UK and Northern Ireland economic and related matters.
Conor is responsible for Danske Bank’s Quarterly Sectoral Forecasts and Consumer Confidence Index and is a regular contributor across the local media.
He often speaks at business functions and with Danske Bank customers on his views around the global, UK and Northern Ireland economies.
Mark Ross: How to be a Fire Investigator
Mark is a Senior Forensic Investigator with EFI Global. He specialises in the investigation of fire and explosions, shipping and marine fires, electrical failures and fire related fraud and crime investigations.
Prior to joining the private sector, Mark was a Fire Officer in the London Fire Brigade, spending the last 20 years of his career as a specialist forensic fire and explosion investigator.
Mark has carried out in excess of 2000 fire investigations covering a vast range of incidents. He has investigated many fatal fires including murder scenes and suicides and has worked alongside many different agencies. He has given expert witness evidence at Crown, Magistrates and Coroners Court.
Mark is the Senior Examiner in Fire Investigation for the Institution of Fire Engineers. He currently teaches at the Fire Services College and also lectures at Anglia Ruskin University.
Every masterclass will have full CII CPD Accreditation and will attract 2.5 Structured CPD Hours.
Attending all six events will make up 15 of the required 21 Structured CPD Hours.
Further information on CPD can be found at www.cii.co.uk
Breakfast & networking is included at each event.
If you have block booked company season tickets a list of names of attendees for each Masterclass should then be sent to the IINI CPD Secretary two days before each event.
This demonstrates the quality of an event and that it meets CII member CPD scheme requirements.
2 1/2 hours' CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
It is recommended that you keep any evidence of the CPD activity you have completed and upload copies to the recording tool as the CII may ask to see this if your record is selected for review. Details of the scheme can be viewed online at www.cii.co.uk/cpd.