THE ROUTE TO ZERO: THE JOURNEY TO ZERO CARBON
We are pleased to announce this year's Annual Conference 2020 will go ahead. For this year, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, CILT will be moving its flagship annual event to a virtual conference that will be held across two days.
On Thursday 11th and Friday 12th June, CILT will host its first ever Virtual Annual Conference, tackling the pre-planned topic of how the profession can achieve the government’s targets for cleaner air, a better environment, zero-emission vehicles and a strong, clean economy by 2050.
Many of the speakers who were already booked to present at the Conference, have agreed to participate in CILT’s virtual conference and will be joined by additional keynote speakers and experts across the two-day virtual conference.
The event will analyse vehicle types and choices, alternative fuels, consumer demands and business models to ensure development of strategies to deliver the Route to Zero.
Leading minds from the profession will come together to discuss, debate and understand how individual and organisational choices to implement change and set a precedent within the profession will enable global solutions to the climate change crisis.
Due to uncertain times, the CILT Annual Conference will not include its usual networking dinner. The opportunity to network with fellow industry peers will take place at a later stage when larger gatherings are permitted. If you have purchased a full ticket package we will notify you once a date and venue has been confirmed.
If you have yet to purchase your ticket or require further information please contact our Events team For more information, contact the Events team on 01536 740148 or email@example.com
CILT Virtual Annual Conference only:
- Member - £133 +VAT
- Non-member - £165 +VAT
CILT Virtual Conference and Networking event:
- Member - £450 +VAT (please note the networking event will not take place until large gatherings are permitted)
- Non-member - £500 +VAT (please note the networking event will not take place until large gatherings are permitted)
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