Best practice training with Fernox

Published:  22 January, 2014

Fernox has released its new training dates and venues for 2014.

The chemical water treatment company is this year sharing 50 years of expertise with installers via practical sessions around the UK and a series of e-learning modules.

A one-day training course is available at locations around the UK. This offers an overview of the benefits and regulatory requirements of water treatment for traditional and renewable heating systems. Participants gain hands-on experience of powerflushing a system, using water test kits and dosing a radiator with inhibitors such as Fernox Protector F1, in a variety of formats.

Complementary to this is the series of e-learning modules, which allow installers to improve knowledge and understanding through five modules: The Fundamentals of Water Treatment - Part One and Two, Testing Water Quality, Powerflushing and Water Treatment in Renewable Technologies. Each module offers a useful overview on its subject area with visual and audio instructions as well as pre and post assessments to aid learning.

“This year Fernox celebrates 50 years of innovation,” said Francine Wickham, global marketing director for Fernox. “Our breadth of knowledge and experience is unrivalled in the industry, meaning we are uniquely placed to provide comprehensive training and support for installers. We have worked to ensure training and best practice guidance is easily accessible – providing face-to-face as well as e-learning options.”

Furthermore, installers who attend a one-day, classroom based training course with Fernox during 2014 will be given a complementary TF1 Flushing Adapter.

To take a look at the e-learning modules available visit: www.fernox.com or to register for a practical training session call 0330 100 7750.

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