Skills enhancing workshops on offer at MECPMV Live 2016

Construction site sstelnbr flickr CCBYSA20These workshops will help maximise every asset on site. (Image source: sstelnbr/flickr CCBYSA20)Over 50 free-to-attend and compelling seminars, forums and workshops scheduled at Middle East Concrete and PMV Live 2016 to give GCC infrastructure professionals the opportunity to enhance their skill set and boost their competitive edge in the US$100 bn industry

Visitors to Middle East Concrete and PMV Live 2016 will be given the opportunity to learn, network and keep in the loop with the very latest construction industry and infrastructure trends with more than 50 CPD-certified seminars, forums and workshops on offer from 21-24 November at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Some of the crucial discussions and workshops taking place will be entitled how to finance machinery, how to use concrete sustainably, the importance of personal protection equipment and how to rebuild and prevent against natural disasters.

Moreover, delegates can earn Continuous Personal Development or CPD points by attending the workshops that will enhance their skills sets and give them a professional edge.

Joe Thomas, group internal auditor for Mohamed Hareb Al Otaiba Group will be addressing plant and fleet managers, finance managers and project managers at PMV Live 2016, offering tips on how to obtain finance from banks to fund equipment and building projects, including through Islamic financing products.

Thomas states that, “Machinery is to be seen as a cash generating asset. If left idle, it is capital unprofitably invested hence usage monitoring and return on investment by way of maximising utilisation must be a priority.”

To find out more about Middle East Concrete and PMV Live, please visit www.middleeastconcrete.com and www.pmvlive.com

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