Baxi Potterton Myson Evening

Baxi Potterton Myson Evening

APHCI Evening  

Sponsored by

Baxi Potterton Myson

 Tuesday 9th September 2014 6.30pm

"Time`s up"

CER looking at RGII replacement ?


Why you should not do the 5 Year Assessment Course
Update on regulation issues & agreement on next step in pursuit of our objectives


 Training and Information Evening 
Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Newlands Cross, Naas Road, Dublin.

Loads of free parking
Food Served (after work)

Hot Food will be served free of charge from 6.30pm.

APHCI meetings will begin at 7.30pm Sharp.

Free Bar

A free bar will be open

Free Training

BAXI Potterton Myson will have engineers on site to provide training, technical advice & product information

Our Mission

"To represent members without fear or favour, in order to create a level playing field and an environment which is open, fair and transparent"

We have been working with Insight Consultants to achieve our goals. We are in ongoing correspondence with members of the Joint Oireachtas Committee the RGII, CER and the SEAI


New Members Welcome

As a qualified Plumbing and Heating Engineer you are now invited to join the APHCI.

This is an unprecedented opportunity for heating and plumbing contractors throughout the country to have a say in how the business is regulated, and to lobby and exert influence over issues which impact unfavorably on our livelihoods.

In addition to the above Benefits of Free Training and Special Offers you have the advantage of collective representation to Government and Regulatory Bodies such as the CER, RGII, and the SEAI.

We are increasingly obtaining competitive rates on Public Liability, Employers Liability, Motor vehicle insurance, Health insurance, and professional services from Solicitors and Accountants.

We are providing you with a broader skills base by means of Supplier Training Evenings.

The annual subscription is €100 per member. Join online  where you can pay by a variety of methods PayPal, Credit Card and even monthly.

We are therefore extending this invitation to you to join us and become a Member.

On the night we will also bring you up to date on the various discussions with the authorities which will prove very interesting, so please play your part in pushing our boundaries.


If you need any help or want to chat about joining please call me

Crozier Deane (administrator) on 085 803 5082 or email

The Committee

Leinster: Sean Giffney, James Egan, Tony Purcell, Brendan Pluck.

Munster: John Reynolds, Gary Tobin.

Connaught: Patrick Jordan.