Worcester Bosch has introduced a new Water Treatment course in partnership with Adey.
The training course is designed to teach engineers best practice when protecting and maintaining heating systems.
The ‘Adey’s Best Practice Water Treatment’ course will run on 30th January 2020 at the Worcester Training Academy.
Engineers will have the chance to have a hands-on training experience, showing live demonstrations on effective flushing techniques. There will be training talks on the dos and don’ts of filtration, chemical treatment, the importance of water testing and maintaining a magnetic filter.
There will also be training on the newly introduced British Standard BS 7593:2019.
‘Never too old to learn’
Colin Yearp, Senior Technical Trainer for Adey, said: “The heating, gas and plumbing industry requires a commitment to deliver high quality services. ADEY training provides knowledge and hands-on experience that enables you to do just that.
“You are never too old to learn. Gain as much knowledge and training that is available to you because Learning is Earning.”
You must be Gas Safe registered, holding a current CCN1 and CENWAT qualification, be part of an industry Managed Learning Program (MLP) or an industry apprentice.
With so much to offer, engineers interested in this training course should book a slot on this course sooner rather than later. To book a place for £25, online with Worcester Bosch, or call the Worcester Bosch training department on 0330 123 0166.