Worcester is offering half price cylinder training for installers.

Half price cylinder training with Worcester

Published:  26 May, 2014

Worcester, Bosch Group is offering half price training to support those installers keen to take advantage of its new Greenstore range of high efficiency unvented cylinders.

The promotion, which runs from 1 June to 31 August 2014, gives delegates the chance to obtain their certificate of competence, as defined by the Building Regulations G3, and registration with Logic Certification, for a cost of just £100.

The course, which is available at Worcester’s network of Training and Assessment Academies nationwide, has been designed to promote greater understanding of the various forms of unvented systems, giving installers an insight into the standards and regulations relating to this area.

As part of the programme, delegates will be given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with Worcester’s Greenstore high-efficiency unvented cylinder series. Available in a variety of capacities ranging from 90L to 300L, each cylinder has been designed to offer both excellent flow rate and rapid reheat capability, and is backed by a robust 25-year guarantee.

Phil Bunce, training manager at Worcester, Bosch Group, said: “High efficiency unvented cylinders can play an extremely important role in enhancing the hot water comfort, both for properties with a stored hot water supply and those keen to make their homes ‘solar ready’, should they wish to invest in a renewable technology in the future. With this in mind, we’re keen to encourage as many installers as possible to broaden their understanding of the technology and performance capabilities of our Greenstore range, which offers unrivalled hot water performance.”

To book a discounted place on Worcester’s Hot Water Systems and Safety course, visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/training.

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