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ABBE sponsors pioneering energy assessor show.

ABBE, the Awarding Body for the Built Environment and the market leader in energy assessment qualifications, is sponsoring this year's Energy Assessor Expo.

ABBE will be hosting the flagship stand at the event, which takes place at Birmingham's International Convention Centre on June 9.

Representatives will be giving out information on the body's range of awards which include diplomas in Domestic Energy Assessment, Non Domestic Energy Assessment and its newly launched Certificate in Fire Risk Assessment.

More than 35 exhibitors are expected to attend the show, including ABBEapproved assessment centres and accreditation bodies.

The event is the first dedicated show for the energy assessment community and will feature a panel of guest speakers at the Great Debate, a question and answer session including ABBE chief executive Roger Bishop.

Attendance at the event enables those working within the industry to find out more about the range of career paths available for energy assessors, experience new technologies and gain continuing professional development (CPD) points at a range of free workshops.

Mr Bishop said: "We are delighted to support the Energy Assessor Expo, which has been created specifically for the energy assessment community.

"ABBE will be giving out information on its latest professional qualifications, and advice for candidates on completing their awards.

"We will also be able to explain how to make the most of building your career with ABBE qualifications," Mr Bishop added.

"ABBE awards are the market leaders in energy assessment and have come to represent the gold standard for many in the profession.

"The Energy Assessor Expo will provide a great networking opportunity for people working within the industry too."
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