The Institute of Automotive Engineer Assessors (IAEA) announces that the National Conference which takes place on Saturday 11th May and will make a welcome return this year to The British Motor Museum in Gaydon Warwickshire, which is home to the world’s largest collection of historic British Cars. It boasts nearly 300 cars in its collection which span the classic, vintage and veteran eras.
The event team is confident that this year’s event will be the best to date regarding venue, participation from members and non-members and session material.
The British Motor Museum is an exceptional venue with many exciting attractions and exhibits. Currently, the museum hosts a Car S.O.S Exhibition and a Collections Centre. The museum and Centre at the British Motor Museum house the collections of the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust which cares for the largest assortment of historic British cars in the world, along with an archive containing more than one million objects, from photographs and film, to publicity material and technical records.
The event will take a similar format of previous years with industry leading guest speakers from across the industry.
Presentations include those from: Steve Plunkett of Volvo, Andrew Marsh from Auto Industry Consulting and Thatcham Research representative, Matthew Avery to name but a few.
If you would like to attend visit iaeaconference.co.uk or call Sally Hurst at 01296 642895.