AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

Tuesday, 15th - Wednesday, 16th September 2015
Event: AEMT Conference & Dinner 2015
Venue: Dunchurch Park Hotel, Rugby

Event Details

The AEMT Conference will host an impressive line up of speakers and be supported by exhibitor stands of motor manufacturers, distributors and other AEMT suppliers.

The Pursuit of Excellence in Service Centres & Workshops

With skilled labour getting harder & harder to find, the well equipped workshop becomes more and more important. Customers are looking for impressive service centres that go that extra mile. We will examine how workshops and service centres can keep up with the pace of change of an ever changing market place.


Please click on the relevant presentation below to download the powerpoint slides as a PDF.

Timing Activity
09:00 Visiting Exhibitor Stands, Coffee and Refreshments
10:30 CANCELLED - Improving Profitability and Efficiency in Site Services - Gary Downes of Solutions in IT
10:30 Training Overview - Karl Dalton, SKF
10:45 Motor Current Signature Analysis - Mike Herring of SKF 
11:00 Condition Monitoring of HV Partial Discharge - Dr. Bernhard Fruth of Quartzelec
11:45 Visiting Exhibitor Stands, Coffee and Refreshments

Trailblazer Scheme and Apprenticeships in the Electro-Mechanical Trades with Dr. Martin Killeen of Loughborough College

HM Government - Guidance for Trailblazers - from standards to starts

HM Government - Reviewing Post 16 Education and Training Institutions

13:00 Visiting Exhibitor Stands and Buffet Lunch
14:30 WES, The Next 25 Years Supplying Motor Rewind Materials - Mark Robinson
14:45 Impressing Customers with Quality, well Designed Equipment - Simon Swallow of Rotary
15:00 Training Forum – Motor Design; HV Testing; AC Motor Theory & Fault Finding; DC Motor Repair with Dr. Martin Killeen of Loughborough College
15:45 Finish


View photos of the Conference and the Dinner the night before.

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AEMT 70th Celebration Dinner

When the War ended a lot of Government surplus electrical plant was left standing, it was then that a group of members came together to form the Association of Electrical Machinery Traders in order to form a purchasing power to negotiate the exchange of the left over equipment.

There are accounts of Government Departments urgently requiring the services of Members from the Association of Electrical Machinery Traders. Their job: to keep the wheels turning in Factories and Industrial Establishments that relied upon electrical energy for their source of driving power.

The AEMT are inviting its members to an evening dinner before the AEMT Conference, where we will be celebrating 70 years of the AEMT and recognising some of the companies whose legacies stem back to this war and who have been part of the Association for a significant period of time.


Timing Activity
7:15 Reception and Drinks
8:00 Dinner
9:30 Speaches and Awards to Long Standing Members


Event: AEMT Conference & Dinner 2015