Win a trip to the IAPA awards and IPAF Summit

By Euan Youdale06 January 2015

Holders of IPAF's PAL Card have until midday on Monday 26 January (UK time) to enter a prize draw to win a free trip to the IPAF Summit and the IAPA awards in Washington DC on 26 March.

IPAF is holding the prize draw - with five free trips to Washington and other prizes uip for grabs - to celebrate recent issuing of its millionth PAL card.

There will be five top prizes for verified operators to win a free trip to the access event of the year, the IPAF Summit and International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) – flight, accommodation and gala dinner included. This event will be held March 25-26, 2015 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel in Arlington, VA near Washington, DC, USA. Details at

To enter the prize draw visit

The competition closes at midday (UK time) on Monday, January 26, 2015. The winners will be announced on 1 February 2015.

In addition to the free trips, prizes include:

A free T-shirt for the first 250 entrants
IPAF Rental Market Reports
30 IPAF hi viz jackets
100 caps
20 good quality pens
50 clip boards

“The secret of the PAL Card’s success is the guarantee that the training and testing is delivered to consistent standards worldwide by highly motivated and qualified instructors,” said IPAF CEO Tim Whiteman.

The PAL Card is supplied under IPAF’s voluntary, industry-led operator training program which is certified by TÜV as conforming to ISO 18878. It expires after five years and there are currently more than 500000 valid PAL Cards worldwide.

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