There will be practical sessions offering the chance to fit a heating system and program thermostats along with seminar sessions on Heat Mat’s electric underfloor heating and associated accessories.
Installers will also learn about add-on products they can offer to customers and a variety of applications for ice and snow systems.
Heat Mat’s senior technical team will be delivering the training sessions at DCET, Cornwall from 9am – 2pm on 12th June.
In addition to lunch and refreshments, trainees will receive a Heat Mat installer pack to take home.
Heat Mat’s electric underfloor heating systems are supplied with a lifetime warranty; the training day aims to provide installers with further knowledge and expertise in Heat Mat’s product range.
There will be 20 places available for the event, to book call Fiona Henderson on 01444 247020 or email [email protected]
Ashwyn Business Centre,
Phone: 01444 247020
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