Intro to PVF: 4-Part Webinar Series
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Intro to PVF: 4-Part Webinar Series

 Export to Your Calendar 2020-09-22
When: Tuesday, September 22, 2020
1:30 - 2:15 pm EDT
Where: Webinar
Contact: Geeta Persaud
416-695-0447 ext. 310

Online registration is available until: 2020-09-22
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 Intro to PVF: 4-Part Webinar Series

Where: Live Webinar | Time: 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm EDT 

Registration Fee: $150 + HST SAVE $50 (webinar series) | $50 + HST (individual module)


Intro to PVF: 4-Part Webinar Series is a modular-based, training offered by CIPH's Industrial, Pipe, Valves & Fittings Council. This powerful training resource is critical for any employee who needs to learn the basics of the key product segments of the PVF sector. Designed for new hires or for anyone who just wants a brush up!

This training is delivered in a series of modules and each module is presented by a separate industry professional who is an expert in the field of the module they are addressing. 

Attendees will learn the product basics for each of the following modules:    

Module 2: Fittings & Flanges

September 22, 2020
1:30 pm to 2:15 pm EDT
Presenter: Steve Hall
CCTF Corporation

Module 3: Thermoplastic Industrial Piping

October 20, 2020
1:30 pm to 2:15 pm EDT 
Presenter: Kevin Yong-Ping
IPEX Inc.  

Module 4: Valves

November 24, 2020
1:30 pm to 2:15 pm EDT

Denise Loro - Jenkins-NH Valves
William Ping - NCI Canada Inc. 
Module 5: Pipe Hangers

December 8, 2020
1:30 pm to 2:15 pm EDT 

Presenter: Mike Du Maresq
Taylor Pipe Supports 

BONUS: When you purchase the Webinar Series you will receive a recording of Module 1: Carbon Steel Pipe and a certificate for participation. 

Who should attend and why?
Any employee who is new to the PVF sector and needs more in-depth training on PVF products or those who need a refresher.               

A must-attend webinar training for those employed in the PVF Sector of the Industry! 

Registration fee:

4-Part Webinar Series: $150 + HST (includes Modules 2, 3, 4 & 5 and as an added bonus you will receive a complimentary recording of Module 1: Carbon Steel Pipe and a certificate for participation)

Individual Webinar: $50 + HST  


This is a unique program only available to CIPH and MCA Canada Members.





Stephen Hall 

Stephen Hall is the Manager National Quality Assurance & Safety for CCTF Corporation.

He has 40 years of experience in Quality - the first 15 years with Taylor Forge, manufacturing of steel components for the nuclear and gas transmission industry to NCA3800 standard and the next 25 years for Master Distributor CCTF Corporation providing steel fittings, flanges, pipe and pipe hanger products across Canada. 

Responsibilities include maintaining the company Quality Management System registration ISO9001:2015 with SAI Global registrar, Approved Manufacturers list by performing quality audits and providing technical expertise to suppliers around the globe.  He is also focused on driving continuous improvement and is a recognized technical expert representing the company on all quality issues, standards and specification interpretations. 


Kevin Yong-Ping

Kevin Yong-Ping is the IPEX Regional Engineer for Ontario.  His primary role is supporting the technical sale of thermoplastic piping by educating engineers, contractors and code officials on piping topics relevant to their field.  He has presented at various OPIA chapters, local municipalities across Canada, the OBOA, the Plumbing Advisory Council and the CIPH IPVF sessions.  Prior to IPEX, he worked in the firestop industry for 10 years for a firestop manufacturer and for an engineering design firm for 5 years.







William Ping

William Ping is currently the V.P. of Operations at NCI Canada Inc. William’s exposure to valves and flow control systems started early in his career. Graduated from his undergraduate engineering program in 1993, he was recruited by Dresser Industries China as a Sales Engineer and later promoted to Regional Sales Manager. He was responsible for sales and technical support of Consolidated safety calve, Masoneilan control valve and several line valve products. In 1998, William was employed by tyco Flow Control Asia Pacific for their Manager of Line Valve Division and where he was responsible for growing market share and revenue across China.

In 2007, William enrolled in the MBA program at Schulich School of Business, York University, specializing in Strategic Management and Marketing. He graduated from the program and later joined NCI Canada team in 2011 as their Senior Product Manager – Industrial and Fire Protection Valve. He was promoted to Director of Marketing in 2012 and then General Manager in 2015. William has continued his career path trajectory by being appointed Vice President of Operations in 2018.