Master Fitter Challenge contestant

Entries now open for the Master Fitter Challenge

  • 17 Nov 2016

FENSA has announced it will sponsor the FIT Show’s Master Fitter Challenge for the fourth consecutive year at the Birmingham NEC in May 2017.

Six installers will compete in the live finals at the FIT Show, where they will install a series of glazing products with the chance to win cash prizes totally £10,000. The finalists will be chosen from an entry list following a filtering process carried out by co-sponsor the Glass Qualifications Authority and associated industry expert judges.

The selection process includes a visit to the site of those who reach the second stage, to assess entrants in real world conditions.

The free-to-enter competition is open to individuals or teams of two, who are required to have a minimum two years of industry experience in the installation of domestic windows and doors. Entrants must be MTC compliant through the FENSA MTC Card (or equivalent) or hold relevant qualifications.

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