Rinnai has announced that it will be holding three contractor/installer-based training courses over the coming months at the company’s purpose-built training facility in Runcorn, Cheshire.
Rinnai’s continuous programme of training modules has been revised to meet and exceed the needs of heating engineers & contractors as specifiers from all sectors strive for energy saving benefits and high performance in the delivery of commercial levels of hot water.
The facility will give attendees the opportunity to experience the latest training aids, attendees can familiarise themselves with all aspects of continuous flow technology – from system design and installation through to maintenance.
Courses can also be arranged to suit individual requirements and, if preferred, the company’s training team will take the module to the workplace or other venue convenient to delegates. CPD Roadshow courses are also available, designed by the company for M&E consultants and specifiers, design and build engineers, facilities managers and gas contractors. These courses have already attracted praise from CIBSE.
“Our flexible training offering ensures key market personnel at all levels can benefit from nationwide training from our highly skilled team of technical experts, guaranteeing they are up to speed with changes in legislation and product developments,” says Chris Goggin, Rinnai UK Associate Director.
The courses – titled Rinnai Installation, Service and Repair will take place at the company headquarters in Runcorn, Cheshire on the following dates: Thurs 26/07/2018; Thurs 30/08/2018; Thurs
27/09/2018. Find out more and get booked onto a course here.
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