Redring Xpelair launches online water heating training academy

Published:  31 July, 2015

Redring Xpelair Group has announced the launch of its online training academy for wholesalers and merchants wanting to learn more about the manufacturer’s instantaneous hot water solutions.

Delivered in collaboration with Cortexa, e-learning provider for the construction industry, the online academy consists of three 20-minute modules, which cover everything from the basics of water heating to the features and benefits of Redring’s water heating products.

RXG has developed the course to enable managers and trade counter staff to gain more knowledge on the products on offer across the Redring range, and equip them with the understanding and confidence to sell the benefits of instantaneous hot water and the latest showering technologies.

A ‘news bulletin’ on the site will also allow academy users to access newsletters and the latest technical information instantly, as well as having the opportunity to provide feedback on RXG products and services.

Mark Quigley, commercial director for Redring said: “Our new online training academy offers busy wholesalers and merchants the chance to develop their expertise on a wide array of Redring’s instantaneous water heating products at a time and place to suit them.

“All of the resources and information needed is contained within the learning portal so that users can come away with the knowledge they need to sell or install our products.”

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