Intro to PVF: Part 1 - Module 5: Pipe Hangers
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Intro to PVF: Part 1 - Module 5: Pipe Hangers

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When: Tuesday, December 8, 2020
1:30 - 2:15 pm EDT
Where: Webinar
Canada
Contact: Geeta Persaud
416-695-0447 ext. 310


Online registration is available until: 2020-12-08
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CIPH's Industrial Pipe, Valves & Fittings Council Presents:


Intro to PVF - Part 1
 

Module 5: Pipe Hangers

When: Tuesday, December 8, 2020   |   Where: Live Webinar   |   Time: 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm EDT   |   Registration Cost: $50 + HST

 

CIPH & MCA Members Only

Intro to PVF- Part 1 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!


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.               

 

Registration fee: $50 + HST  

Presenter:

 

 

Mike  Du Maresq 

Mike  Du Maresq is the National Sales Manager for Canadian manufacturer, Taylor Pipe Supports.  
Mike has been in sales for over 30 years.  He began his career in the retail sectors of millwork and hardware, transitioned to the plumbing industry in the late 90’s and has never looked back. 

His roles have included customer service, inside sales, outside sales, technical sales, product management, and sales management.  Mike has spent the majority of his career in manufacturing but did spend some time with an HVAC Distributor.  This experience gave him a better understanding of the dynamics of a Manufacturer / Distributor / Mechanical Contractor relationship.  He has experience with a variety of plumbing products such as pumps, faucets, fixtures, plastic pipe, valves and pipe supports.   

Mike has been with Taylor Pipe Supports for over 7 years and is a member of the CIPH IPVF Council.