Following last year’s success, Heat Mat has announced the continuation of its electric underfloor heating training days for contractors into 2016.
The Heat Mat Trained Installer Scheme has been designed to educate contractors and installers on the best practice for fitting electric underfloor heating.
The sessions have been developed for qualified builders, electricians and heating installers that currently fit electric underfloor heating systems, or wish to learn how to install them.
Comprising a product presentation and an interactive workshop session, which encourages delegates to have a go at fitting different types of systems, the training days provide a comprehensive overview of underfloor heating and its benefits.
Heat Mat has planned three one-day training sessions for this year so far: the first will take place in Edinburgh on 28th June, the second in Manchester on 22nd July, and the third in Birmingham on 16th September.
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